Etymology

1. betwixt

adverb. ['biːˈtwɪkst'] in the interval.

Etymology

  • betweox (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

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Words that Rhyme with Betwixt

  • transfixed
  • intermixed
  • unmixed
  • blixt
  • affixed
  • sixed
  • nixed
  • mixte
  • mixed
  • fixed

Example sentences of the word betwixt


1. Cardinal number
A memorandum of agreement, also known as a memorandum of understanding, is a formal business document that outlines any agreement made betwixt two separate entities, groups or individuals.

2. Noun, singular or mass
For example, Margaret Cavendish’s poem “A dialogue betwixt Wit, and Beauty” reveals a conversation between Wit and Beauty personified.

3. Verb, 3rd person singular present
Here, that swashbuckler (insert name of bed's owner) sleeps You won't find any treasure betwixt his sheets Of old dirty socks, you'll follow the smell And find your booty where the monsters dwell

4. Adjective
The strawberry has a green button top that fits easily betwixt fingers, and, more importantly, fits even more easily between parted lips, Hopkins says.

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