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  • aver Whether they obeyed the order is a matter of doubt, and whether a delicate hand might not now and then have drawn aside the curtains to admit a breath of fresh air, we cannot aver.
  • cover Mav's cows were all safe under cover.
  • dover He was early a member of the Arts Club, though using it less frequently after its removal to the Dover Street house, of old-world distinction.
  • e'er Whose household words are songs in many keys, Sweeter than instrument of man e'er caught!
  • eve "'T seems," said Calliope, "there's that children's Christmas tree at the new minister's on Christmas Eve.
  • ever How did you ever get them?
  • fever I can't feel that this fever for war is right.
  • hover Do you mean that it was hunder ther yard, or hover ther top?
  • lever The wages system is the lever of the labourer's exploitation, because it enables the capitalist to appropriate the entire surplus value created by the labourer-i.
  • lover So she would know her lover.
  • mover Aristotle, struck by the phenomena of motion in the universe, lays most stress on the course of reasoning which would lead back to the Prime Mover.
  • never No, they had never met before.
  • o'er Sae now he's o'er the floods sae gray.
  • oder Old Aunt Sheba, standing behind the baby's chair, felt a chill at heart as she thought: "Dey'se all a-worshippin' de chile and each oder.
  • offer Maybe, but the offer I made him was a good one.
  • oven When at last one emerged, and the open air touched one's forehead, it was like coming out of an oven into a cold bath.
  • over Over here to the right.
  • overt At least he had been able to taunt Fate into an overt act.
  • rover This Rob MacNicol, for example: it was only for want of a greater career that he had constituted himself a dreaded sea-rover, a stern chieftain, etc.
  • sever Changes do not sever our hearts.
  • veer We dared not veer so as to bring the ship on the other tack.
  • Ave But it was Octave Mirbeau's famous article in Figaro which made Maeterlinck.
  • Evener With a heaving lurch and prolonged creak, the sled settled upon evener ground without disturbance of its passengers or its burden of house gear and provisions, which, till now, had hidden from view of the hunter a gentle little cow in lead close behind it.
  • I've I've been there, you see.
  • Ova On these fibres the ova are deposited, and they are then either purposely partly covered with sand by the minnie, or else the particles that are brought down by the current gather over the bundle of fibres and conceal it, excepting one small spot.
  • Soever And in case any of the officers, on either side, should omit their duties, in not delivering the prisoners at the dayes and places appointed, that then there should a course be taken by the soveraignes, that what chiefe officer soever should offend herein, he himself should be delivered and detained, till he had made good what the commissioners had agreed upon.
  • OVERS Economy should be emphasized by suggesting simple ways of using left-overs, and definite recipes should be written for these.
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