Definition of Gonef
1. ganef [n -S] - See also: ganef
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Literary usage of Gonef
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1884)
"... gonef's talk had excited. The next day I left Munich for the Tyrol. ... gonef was many degrees less friendly than it would have been a week before. ..."
2. Patriotic Illustrations for Public Speakers by William Herbert Brown (1919)
""Where has ho gonef" was ihe next question. "I will not say," just as promptly replied the boy. The major threatened the little fellow with death if ho ..."
3. The Photographic History of the Civil War ...: Thousands of Scenes by Francis Trevelyan Miller, Robert Sampson Lanier (1911)
"Had this day ended the affair at Gettysburg, the usual story of the defeat of the Army of the Potomac would have gonef forth to the world. ..."
4. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1900)
"gonef It had the sound of au unspeakable disappointment in it. " Yes, sir. Time-table for Brixton and all the towns beyond changed to-day, sir —had to get ..."
5. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1823)
"... then fled, as if to shun Th' insulted monarch's ire : the first scarce gonef Sunward their brother clouds came trooping on, Like metaphysic fancies, ..."