I would like to use the archaic expression (from the family of hence, whereby etc.) to refine the sentence: "..the weights introduced in Exercise 2 and determined from it/from there" meaning the ...
So I was wondering whether there is any archaic word that means "finally" or "at last"?
Are there any adverbs/pronouns (or sentence constructs) that fulfilled the gradation role of more and less in Early Modern English, that currently fell out of use or exist only in marginal, archaic or ...
"The "MS. Found in a Bottle," was originally published in 1831, and it was not until many years afterwards that I became acquainted with the maps of Mercator, in which the ocean is represented as ...
I would like to split something into three parts, is there a phrase I can use with similar overtones to "cleave in twain"?
I'm looking for an archaic replacement for the word girl ?