"Jack, ye rascal, what do ye mean by hugging and kissing me wife under me very eyes?"
~ The Black Moth by Georgette Heyer
"Aye, but I know thee," I went on again, "by thy sly and crafty look, by thy scallopped cape and chain of office, I know thee for that same Sheriff of Nottingham that hath sworn to our undoing. Go to! didst' think to take Robin—in the greenwood? Out upon thee! Thy years should have taught thee better wisdom. Out upon thee!"
~ My Lady Caprice by Jeffery Farnol
"Me know..me know!" cried Kate in exasperation. "All right, Grigori. But if there is one dead chicken here when I come back, there'll be a dead Russian!"
~ The Singing Tree by Kate Seredy
"Thee doesn't truly know how to weave and invented star-shaped pattern of woolen twill cloth on thy loom as thee told Sarah Gardner Mendenhall, does thee, Martitia?"
"I thought thee was lying a little bit, Martitia."
~ They Loved To Laugh by Kathryn Worth
“Wal, that feller certainly ought to be strung up an’ walluped, now, fer sure,” remarked Miranda, “an I’d like to help at the wallupin’.”
~ Marcia Schuyler by Grace Livingston Hill