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- cover Cover him well, and try to reach a big city as soon as possible.
- Gives He gives little to the world; and he gets little in return.
- Yves I dressed myself and said to Yves, who smiled at my obstinate determination in spite of unfavorable circumstances: "Hail me a 'sampan,' brother, please."
- Cues Features that are not significant are distracting; they proffer their claims to be regarded as clues and cues to interpretation, while traits that are significant do not appear on the surface at all.
- avers Mr. Adams avers that the spirit of these recommendations indicates "a proposed revolution in the government of the Union, the avowed purpose of which is to reduce the general government to a simple machine.
- caves Making ridge beds in caves.
- coffers Now the monk looked very greatly alarmed, but he dared make no protest, as Little John began to search his bags and coffers.
- cares "Cares for nobody, except his sister.
- covers Through a screen of palm leaves the rose-shaded table lights, sparkling silver, and snowy covers of the supper room were visible.
- quavers Hard chance had placed me near a noisy throat, That, in rough quavers, bellowed every note: "Pray, Sir," said I, "suspend awhile your song, The opera's drowned, your lungs are wondrous strong; I wish to hear your Roland's ranting strain, When he with rooted forests strews the plain."
- quivers The tree shakes and quivers through all its mass, and then the top moves, slowly at first, then faster, and down it comes, with a crash that wakes the echoes in the hills for miles and shakes the ground.
- cures Have you many cures?
- coves What are coves and mountain tops to me?
- cars They waited until the cars had passed the spot where they stood and then quickly ran across the track before the engine came around again.
- curves On either hand the great curves of the water-front sprang outward and melted into the confused colours of the distant shore.
- cores At first he made a wry face, but, one after another, the skins and the cores disappeared.
- covets Death, who covets only those who fear her, will not come to me; but my belt will bring her within my power, and as soon as she is mine, she will execute my desire.
- carves I bowed and had turned away, when she arrested me with the line,- "My good blade carves the casques of men."
- CAFES Entering all reading-rooms and cafes, he asked for the "Echo de la Bievre," and when informed, alas, very frequently, that the paper was unknown in this or that establishment, "It is incredible!"
- CLOVERS My wishes are in vain, and all the four-leaved clovers in the world wouldn't help them.
- CURS "There's no way those curs could have turned on any gas, here.
- carvers After what I have said, you will no doubt have guessed that ours was a family of wood-carvers.
- gyves His eyes were as red burning coals; long gray hair fell over his shoulders in matted coils; his garments, which were of antique cut, were soiled and ragged, and from his wrists and ankles hung heavy manacles and rusty gyves.
- givers They were the tribute of the conquered nations and, after having been shown to the king, were weighed and tested by treasurers and secretaries, either declared satisfactory, or found wanting and returned, in which case the niggardly givers were condemned to bring a double tribute later.
- coveys We also observed, that day, several coveys of chikore.
- coverts And though they crept with trembling hearts for shelter to the coverts of the woods and dens of mountains, yet even so they found no safety, for Cador slew them, even one by one.