Noun(1) an affirmative
Adverb(1) not only so, but
(1) Must President Bush come before Congress, the Senate for example, and ask for a yea or nay vote on war with Iraq?(2) I'm unlikely to commit firmly to a date via email - I'd prefer to meet people in person before saying yea or nay - but you can get a head start by introducing yourself to me electronically before the con begins.(3) he was full, yea, crammed with anxieties(4) The gay marriage thing is not so much about beliefs as about politicians saying yea or nay to this, it's not really about the church.(5) The Turks became such powerful political brokers in late 16th-century Europe that the French humanist Michel de Montaigne concluded that ├ö├ç├┐the mightiest, yea the best settled estate that is now in the world is that of the Turkes├ö├ç├û.(6) the assembly would give the final yea or nay(7) So yea and verily it came to pass, like a storm force wind from the breath of God, a great wailing and gnashing of teeth arose from the multitude.(8) He has demanded that U.S. Trade Representative Robert B. Zoellick apply tighter restrictions to them before Congress votes yea or nay.(9) Surely, it must be the members to say yea or nay, and I have no problem with the party deciding - that's the point of democracy.(10) If there's a problem on the floor, the proper channels, the paperwork, seeing all the different people before you can get a yea or nay - it all takes time.(11) Come up with details to support your yea or nay verdict.(12) Feedback on the yea or nay would be extremely appreciated.(13) The goal of the TRAC will be to propose a new tax system which will get a quick decision from Congress, yea or nay.(14) What, you must be wondering, is the correct response, yea or nay?(15) Rather than a simple yea or nay response, she provides examples of particular situations in which local conditions of pluralism both hinder and facilitate participation and vitality.(16) Boral basically says it's reserved its options, looking at the ACCC reasoning and will get back to us with a final, definitive yea or nay to continue or abort the deal.
1. yeah ::
1. nay ::
2. no ::
3. scarcely ::
Different Formsyea, yeas
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