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  • carving The butcher is idle, when people are starving But it won't be long 'til theres anoter kind of carving. – It Won't Be Long by Unknown Author
  • curving
  • earring He now drew from it the earring which had been found on the scene of the tragedy, and handing it abruptly to the prisoner, he asked: "So you didn't notice this in the ear of one of the women?"
  • erring I was, and still am, in a dream; but one from which I hope never to wake, which I trust will only grow sweeter as the bitter days of parting wear away, as I become more and more the companion and friend of him whose heart is mine as truly as mine is his, and in whom I see all the strength and goodness that my weak and erring nature so much requires.
  • even I won't even look at you.
  • heaving She began to cry; not weakly with hidden face, but as a man cries, painful tears rolling unheeded down her cheeks, her shoulders heaving with hard sobs.
  • irving Let me attempt to convey what I mean by saying that the rhythm of a song is, as Irving Berlin said, the swing.
  • leaving But now the French are leaving.
  • raving This infernal row, which makes Shepton seem like a town or village gone raving mad, was merely to inform the men, and, incidentally, the universe, that it was time for them to knock off work.
  • roving It was not long after this that I began to show the roving spirit that dwelt within me.
  • serving At the end of that time I had officers bearing Her Majesty's commission serving under me as assistant nurses, and then the women came into it.
  • weaving The wool of the first-named is used for spinning and weaving, and sheepskins with the wool left on are worn as winter garments.
  • Earning What earthly use is a cuss who is given forty thousand a year, without earning it, and told to amuse himself?
  • Eking Then there was the task of mending and eking out baby-linen in prospect, and the problem perpetually suggesting itself how she and Nanny should manage when there was another baby, as there would be before very many months were past.
  • Erin And he was the third person who had believed in Erin before the arrival of St. Patrick.
  • Nerving Nerving herself for an effort, she moved toward the door.
  • Reeving
  • Riving
  • Elvin
  • Ervin
  • Erwin
  • Evan
  • Evian
  • Ewing
  • Irvin
  • Mervin
  • Irvine
  • peeving
  • effing
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