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yesternight (n.)  last night
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Ham I.ii.189 [Horatio to Hamlet, of King Hamlet] I think I saw him yesternight
1H4 I.i.36 [Westmorland to King Henry, of the expedition] this haste was hot in question / And many limits of the charge set down / But yesternight
1H4 II.i.55 [Chamberlain to Gadshill] It holds current that I told you yesternight
JC II.i.238 [Portia to Brutus] yesternight at supper / You suddenly arose and walked about
MA IV.i.81 [Claudio to Hero] What man was he talked with you yesternight
MA IV.i.180 [Hero to Leonato] Prove you ... that I yesternight / Maintained the change of words with any creature
MM V.i.134 [Lucio to Duke, of Isabella and Friar Lodowick] But yesternight ... I saw them at the prison
R3 [Scrivener alone, of Hastings' indictment] yesternight by Catesby was it sent me
RJ V.iii.251 [Friar to Prince, of Friar John] he ... yesternight / Returned my letter back
TC I.i.34 [Pandarus to Troilus, of Cressida] she looked yesternight fairer than ever / I saw her look
Tit IV.ii.152 [Aaron to Demetrius and Chiron, of Muly] His wife but yesternight was brought to bed