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  • above If you have the Christ in your heart-so are you high-lifted above the sin.
  • babe "She came away with him safe; and this elephant swayed before us, at the end of his picket chains, stretching his quivering trumpet-tip toward the babe -with flaming fires in his eyes.
  • bade She bade them be seated.
  • bake Bake it at least half an hour.
  • bale He hadn't a bale to sell, and that was all there was of it.
  • bane Intemperance is the great bane of the lower classes, and the aggregate quantity of spirit consumed by the people is almost beyond belief, though St. Petersburg is not to be compared with Moscow in this very objectionable respect.
  • bar Meanwhile he is carrying all before him at the Bar , and is as sure of the Bench as though he were on it.
  • barb He did not often look at the boy, who had grown into his heart so deeply that the idea of a parting carried a barb for both.
  • barber The barber , an Italian, spoke six languages; I should think he felt Madras deadly dull.
  • bard In view of the fulfilment of this prophecy, the royal bard called for a song of universal praise.
  • bare Perhaps it was because she was afraid of the bare world.
  • barge He remained at the Birkbeck Laboratory for two years, leaving there in 1854, when his parent, still convinced of the future before his son in the pursuit of science, set him up on his own account in a chemical laboratory in Barge Yard, Bucklersbury, in the City.
  • bark His bark was tremendous, and might be distinguished nearly a mile off.
  • barker Pure air was one of the luxuries Barker 's Court could not indulge in, though we talk of it being God's gift to rich and poor alike.
  • barley If He will multiply food, in the New Testament, that is no reason why His disciples should fare more delicately than Providence intended for them: they shall still eat barley loaves and fish.
  • barn Beaton himself, who hasn't a principle to throw at a dog, has got convictions the size of a barn .
  • barque Now another struck, and quickly the antagonist of the Constant Warwick lowered her flag, allowing that gallant barque to pay her attentions to a second foe.
  • barrie It even occurred to Barrie that she might perhaps be-well, almost pretty.
  • bars Mary bent low over the fire and stirred the coal between the bars with a poker.
  • bart One of them's a Bart .
  • barter Some have supposed the Mount to have been the Ictis of the ancient tin trade, where the merchants from far met the inhabitants to barter for tin.
  • base He went to his old home, therefore, only as to a base from which to make further arrangements.
  • bate Nor bate a jot of heart or hope.
  • beaver After all, even though I've been busy as a beaver , three weeks would hardly give me time to investigate every aspect of their culture....
  • bevy For a little the bevy of girls discussed Marjorie’s news.
  • bore It was for her father's sake, of course, that Virginia bore with him.
  • brave I'm afraid we weren't very brave .
  • bravo How clearly we can trace the Roman exquisite in Walter Pater and the bravo in George Moore.
  • breve 5, 'Longior undecimi nobis decimique libelli artatus labor est, et breve rasit opus.
  • brie So, urging our poor old nags, we trudged along the sun-baked roads between the high grown wheat fields of the Brie country.
  • carve "It is a curious fact," my mother went on, in a reminiscent mood, "that no Jevons could ever carve .
  • carver Accordingly he went to a carver and said, "Can you make me a bare head?"
  • cave How could he have seen the goat's eyes in the cave when it was pitch dark?
  • harvey Long before Auenbrugger or Laennec, Harvey , the discoverer of the circulation of the blood, said to friends that he did not expect any one of his generation to accept the new doctrine, and it is well known that the great medical men of the time did not accept it.
  • have "I will not have it!
  • lave Burn the steak he will if I lave him with it, and Moike knows the sort of a bed he makes.
  • nave The voice rolled on: I am an old man now and only twice before in my time nave I seen that spirit in a young man's eyes.
  • pave He considers himself therefore, not a very great man, but a useful one: one possessing on a small scale the patience of an Atlas, if not the showy courage of a Hercules: one whose small achievements pave the way for the great ones.
  • rave They can engage a competent house-maid and rave about Kubelik on the same afternoon, and do both in an experienced sort of way.
  • save I'll do my best to save the ship.
  • wave I felt that a life on the ocean wave was the only one worth living.
  • Ave 16mo, $1.25. Octave Thanet.
  • Brae Adie, Mr. Inkster at Brae and to the firm of Anderson at Hillswick.
  • Byre I tied them in a byre where infected cattle had stood.
  • Gave Then she gave a short laugh.
  • Larvae He unearths the yellow-jacket's scanty storehouse of honey, and consumes it and the larvae of the nest; he invades the farmer's domain and carries off some of his most promising porkers.
  • Barney I slipped out into the court, and Barney closed the door after me.
  • Garvey Marcus Garvey was born in St. Anne's Bay, Jamaica, in August, 1887. His parents were of unmixed African descent.
  • Barr I tell you boys, I've got a good nose for news and if there isn't some sort of a story back of Mr. Luther Barr and Lathrop's letter I'll eat my hat without sauce.
  • Dave Now, Dave , I want you to tell me one or two things as clearly as you can.
  • Barbie Anyone knew that Barbie was changed, and loved to do all she could for her neighbours.
  • FAVE
  • EAVE A robin had been perched upon a stone griffin sculptured on a house-eave near.
  • braver I confess I shared the foolish dread that the opening would be so crowded as to be very uncomfortable, if not dangerous, to sight-seers; and I therefore declined to accompany my brother, who was braver than I; and sorry enough I was when I found that the panic had been so universal as to enable the few courageous visitors to have the show, as my brother expressed it, "all to themselves."
  • barre Barre had received secret orders only an hour before he started.
  • barer The little room in which they lived was situated at the top of the house and looked into a court, in which there was a tree, which day by day grew barer of foliage.
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21 words made from the letters BARVE

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