References in classic literature ?
Why, she'd begin to doubt, right away, and imagine a lot of sicknesses and dangers and objections, and first you know she'd take it all back.
I won't waste no time a-cryin', but git your things ready right away, mum," she said heartily, as she wiped her face on her apron, gave her mistress a warm shake of the hand with her own hard one, and went away to work like three women in one.
And when he had finished his song, he spread his wings, and with the chain in his right claw, the shoes in his left, and the millstone round his neck, he flew right away to his father's house.
You said, 'Yes, sure'; and right away knew more about it than him when you wouldn't stand for buying three chronometers.
And when I've finished the ninth time I'm to turn around nine times, from right to left, and then the wish will come true right away.
I must put a cog in his wheel, and do it right away, too.
It seemed abrupt, but I thought maybe the reader wouldn't notice it, because I changed the subject right away to something else.
But his face lit up, right away, for she tossed a pansy over the fence a moment before she disappeared.
Yes, an' he got shot in th' head an' he's in a fix, an' we must see t' him right away.
There is strong reason now to believe that he has got right away, which is a considerable relief to the lonely householders of this district.
Finding the ape-man made no attempt to harm him, the native at last recovered his grasp upon his courage, and, at Tarzan's suggestion, accompanied the white devil back to the village, calling as he went for his fellows to return also, as "the white devil has promised to do you no harm if you come back right away and answer his questions.
I feel as if something mysterious were going to happen right away -- `by the pricking of my thumbs,' " said Anne, as they went up the slope.