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another-gaines

An*oth"er-gaines` adjective
Etymology
Corrupted fr. another-gates.
Definitions
  1. Of another kind. Obs. Sir P. Sidney.
Webster 1913

another-gates

An*oth"er-gates` adjective
Etymology
Another + gate, or gait, way. Cf. Algates.
Definitions
  1. Of another sort. Obs. "Another-gates adventure." Hudibras.
Webster 1913

another-guess

An*oth"er-guess adjective
Etymology
Corrupted fr. another-gates.
Definitions
  1. Of another sort. Archaic
    It used to go in another-guess manner. Arbuthnot.
Webster 1913

many another

  • adjective satellite each of a large indefinite number
    many an; many a.
    • many a man
    • many another day will come
WordNet

One after another

  • adverb in single file
    one at a time; one by one.
    • the prisoners came out one by one
WordNet
  • successively.
Webster 1913

To throw up another's heels

  • to trip him. Bunyan.
Webster 1913

"Rowling never met an adverb she didn't like."

-Stephen King on J.K Rowling's excessive use of adverbs.

Fear not the Adverb Hell!

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