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  • am ears in
  • asked questions
  • Ave "An Ave Maria," she answered.
  • aver Not that I was ashamed to aver it, had it been consistent with policy.
  • EAVE Then the moon came up, and he found himself sitting under the eave of a barn close to a chalet where all was dark and quiet; and down below him the moon-whitened valley village-its roofs and spires and little glamorous unreal lights.
  • eaves The roof is straight from eaves to peak.
  • elver
  • envoy A widowed Duke of Ferrara is exhibiting the portrait of his former wife, to the envoy of some nobleman whose daughter he proposes to marry; and his comments on the countenance of his last Duchess plainly state what he will expect of her successor.
  • envy "I don't think you've got any reason to envy me," she said.
  • Ere They are aware that it is possible that I might be released, and will probably ere this have got a good many miles away, I am, however, grateful to you for your offer, though I am sorry to delay you.
  • erie The Erie or the New York Central will carry him to Chicago, by way of Buffalo and Niagara; and, if any pause on the journey at all is made, let the opportunity be seized of seeing the most glorious of waterfalls, the remembrance of which will never die.
  • erse Whereon he answered me in Erse, and I could understand him well, for the old tongues of Scot of Ireland and Scot of Caithness are the same, if ages have wrought some changes in the way of speaking them here and there.
  • Ervin Lowell escaped as soon as he could from the excited sheriff and sought Helen Ervin, whom he had seen in the court-room.
  • Eva 2 Eva, daughter of Dermod of Leinster, i.
  • eve At last, on the very eve of the day he did come, she had given orders that she would not see him.
  • even I think that even in a case like this we should try to do right, don't you?"
  • ever "I don't believe there ever was, Peter.
  • every No. I want you to say it every time I see you.
  • EVES There was a little color in her cheeks, and some of the old sweet brightness in her eves.
  • Garvey In turn, Garvey was scornful of the mulattoes, and he distrusted all people with light skin throughout his life.
  • harvey At length daylight dawned; and according to the orders Mr Harvey had received, we returned on board.
  • I've I've just got to!"
  • ivy Cut ivy carefully back, and encourage winter nets and sparrow clubs.
  • nerve "I shouldn't have the nerve," he had replied.
  • nervy Yes, it was a nervy thing to do, and there are bigger boys in the Academy who would not have done it.
  • over What would he be like before it was over?
  • purvey The reading public has been gorged and surfeited with war literature, a fact which has been only too painfully realized by publishers and editors, who purvey for its appetite and have overstocked the larder.
  • serve "You may, however, take Harrigan with you," he said; "he is a sharp lad, and will serve you better than any other man in the ship."
  • server Over one thousand packages, including things such as the world's most popular web server, can be found here.
  • survey Provision was made for an early survey and division of the land, with the result that men put their money chiefly into the development of their own estates.
  • urey
  • verve The honour of a public funeral awarded to Lucilius, implies the general appreciation with which his contemporaries enjoyed the verve, sense, and moral strength which secured for his satire the favour of a more refined and critical age.
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