Eft

Eft

, adv. [AS. eft, ft, again, back, afterward. See Aft, After.] Again; afterwards; soon; quickly. [Obs.]
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I wold never eft comen into the snare.
Spenser.

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Eft*soon"

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Eft*soons"

(?), } adv. [OE. eftsone, eftsones; AS. eft + sna soon. See Eft, and Soon.] Again; anew; a second time; at once; speedily. [Archaic]
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And, if he fall from his capel [horse] eftsone.
Chaucer.
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The champion stout eftsoons dismounted.
Spenser.
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