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Correct spellings for EEVERY
- art ready for
- aver As for drafts, the "health cranks" aver that a draft is merely "fresh air moving"; which is supposed to settle the matter.
- Avery Don't you mind the summer I was at Camden working for Miss Avery, who lived next door to Miss Judge Miller, from New York?
- EAVE "Yes, the man who fixed the eave troughs this morning left a ladder here.
- eerier They are the mysterious voices of the woodland which change at about this time often to an eerier and lonelier note.
- emery Emery, from Maine, gave an impressive talk upon Woman's Mission Work.
- eve "Did not people say and think the same thing in 1859," it may be asked, "on the eve of the greatest Civil War in history?"
- Evener The cut on page 34 shows our Evener and indicates the simplicity of same.
- ever Why did we ever-?
- evert 451 Ides, Evert Yssbrants, i.
- every Then every one laughed.
- ivory Having almost daily relations with the custom-house at Ismailia, he well knew that no new cargoes of gums or ivory were being transported lately through the Canal.
- livery He who wears a livery should not assume the port and bearing of a free man.
- oeuvre Bach composed them when he was in the full vigour of his powers, and they may be considered his chef d'oeuvre in this form.
- ovary Ovary and adrenal medulla and posterior pituitary and thyroid predominance constitute the feminine formula.
- over "I can't get over it," she said.
- revere A man utters her name unwillingly; for the woman with the iron girdle is the only inexorable deity; she is the mother of the three Fates, who also revere her, and she often strangles with her iron girdle the mortals who mention her carelessly.
- severe Thus several long weeks went by, and, day by day, the cold grew more severe.