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  • am on the and up
  • Ave I may not pray more, pray ye: With a pater noster and an ave: That my paynys relessyd be."
  • aver But what if the people fly into a passion, and aver that a grown-up son ought not to be supported by his father, but that the father should be supported by the son?
  • cover He could not cover them.
  • dover Dover-Street I am returned, and am still tormented by delay!
  • eve "I wouldn't mind if it wasn't for the New Year's Eve party," said Wynnette.
  • ever If she ever was."
  • hover At first Ney would hover near in helpless concern, but she ordered him away angrily.
  • I've But I've got to go now.
  • lover What possible disgrace could come to a woman in having a lover?
  • mover Hippocrates and himself had had overtures made to them by certain men in the cities in Boeotia, who wished to change the constitution and introduce a democracy as at Athens; Ptoeodorus, a Theban exile, being the chief mover in this intrigue.
  • o'er Still further o'er the far waves seemed to float, Still further backwards, 'mid the mists, remote.
  • oder 1504. Francofortum ad Oderam Frankfort on the Oder.
  • offer "Come, think of my offer, lad, I wish you well.
  • Ova It is not necessary minutely to describe its arrangements, from the spawning ponds and the hatching tanks-the latter contained in a huge building, whose temperature is preserved with the utmost care at the rate found best suited to the ova-to the multitude of streams, ponds, and lakes in which the different kinds of fish are kept during the several stages of their existence.
  • oven If the oven is right, they will be very light.
  • over He was on his back, and he made to turn over on to his side.
  • OVERS The Journals of Emerson and Thoreau are largely made up of left-overs from their published works, and hence as literary material, when compared with their other volumes, are of secondary importance.
  • overt Adrienne paid no overt heed at first to her presence.
  • rover There was every reason to believe that the animal was a "rover,"-what among Indian hunters is termed a "rogue."
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