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  • clover He took her head between his hands, her clover-laden breath fanning his cheeks, and looked at the dark muzzle and the large eyes, almost human in their tenderness.
  • cover No trees near enough to cover our men from their fire.
  • dover " " 22. London-Dover.
  • elver
  • hover Neither can the crow find a resting place from which to steal the young; and the hawk's legs are not long enough to reach down and grasp them, should he perchance venture near the house and hover an instant over the nest.
  • lave Well, I belave that room will jist about hold three beds an' lave a nate little path betwane ivery two of 'em.
  • leaver And when I was coming out four months ago Bob Leaver, this here boy's father, asked me to look up his family and send him word about them.
  • leer Only two or three feet from her, with his lips curled into a leer, sat Slade.
  • levee The rough and homely produce of the far and cold Iowa-of the distant Wisconsin-of the black and stormy Northern Lakes, is here thrown upon the Levee in hurry and confusion mingled and mixed with the sweets and luxuries of the sunny tropics.
  • lever There was a lever which would release the load and let it run.
  • lifer You know a "Lifer" from a "Timer" by the colour of their skull caps; one is white, the other brown-I think the brown is the "Lifer."
  • live I mean, how do they live?
  • liver And legs of lamb and calves' liver!...
  • loafer Do you think it was wise to neglect the whole of Pendragon for the society of the Bethels-people of whom one is an idler and loafer and the other a lunatic?
  • loner It's this way in Interstel: you're taught to be a loner.
  • lore The bells of Bow are amongst the best known in England, and figure in the legendary lore as well as in the business life of London.
  • loser It is the loser who has that pleasure.
  • lour Venoun d'espeli; et ren per lour douna!
  • louver The fire of pine logs was in the midst of the hall, and the smoke went out through a louver in the roof.
  • love But I'm in love with you!
  • loved Should he speak to Betty and tell her he loved her?
  • lover She has known all these years that Richard Kildene murdered her lover.
  • lower But Stas did not lower his rifle.
  • lvi The spiritual leaders of the people are false to their high trust, lvi.
  • mover The principal resolution relating to the war was introduced in the Council by a speech in which the mover virtually threw the blame for the war upon the Boers.
  • over It's all over, Katharine.
  • plover There is also a certain season of the year when a variety of ducks, plover, snipe, and other aquatic birds may be taken.
  • rover Ribbons wanted to come also, but we recommended him to employ his vessel in a different direction to ours; and while I was busy in collecting provisions and stores, Harcourt made inquiries among all the boatmen and revenue people to learn any thing about the "Rover," and what course she had steered on leaving Cowes.
  • Glover What troubles Miss Glover?
  • Levier S. Sommier and E. Levier’s Enumeratorio plantarum caucas: acta horti petropolitani, vol.
  • Lovey There are a great many cards we ought to leave; is there any place where I should leave a card for you, lovey-any person of consequence you were introduced to at Mrs. Haughton's last night?
  • Loves "She loves me," he thought.
  • LVOV Provisional Government formed by Constitutional Democrats under Prince Lvov and M. Milyukov.
  • lovers At the same time, he never wished to be alone with Madge, as is the habit of lovers.

26 words made from the letters LVOER