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  • aver And mean as I am when compared with him, I must aver that, were a married woman to love me, and seek to excuse her frailty, I should see alone her contempt of the principles which are the only impregnable bulwarks of innocence, and shrink from her as I would from pollution."
  • cover With a cover and front.
  • dover The wind increased, and the captain laboured several hours, but in vain, to make the port of Dover.
  • eve And without my Eve-without my Eve!"
  • ever Did you ever see them?"
  • hover Sometimes she seemed to hover above the ground like a running Mercury.
  • lover Suard, and a lover like Suard himself.
  • mover If there were fault to be found in the King, it did not lie with his own servants and officers to find it; I was now of his household; my lord must have known what was on the way to me from London when he addressed me so pointedly; and he could know only because he had himself been the mover in the matter.
  • o'er For who, think you, should he marry but a proud upsetting Englishwoman, who was bound to be master and mistress both o'er the hale household?
  • oder As they drove past a square stone house whose gardens sloped down to the river, Black Jason pointed toward it with his whip and said: "Dat de house where Capitan Delancy live, an' he an' de oder fine English soldiers are gettin' up a great party, a kind of show like."
  • offer "May has told us of your offer.
  • oven Place in the oven till the eggs are set.
  • over Take it down an' do it over.
  • overt No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court.
  • rover I was now set up as a Guinea trader, and made up my mind to go the same voyage again in the same ship; but this was the unhappiest voyage ever man made, for as we were off the African shore we were surprised by a Moorish rover of Salee, who gave chase with all sail.
  • Ave Star of the Sea, ave!
  • I've Don't you see, I've got to do it?"
  • Ova Their wooden dishes and, bowls, out of which they drink their ova, are of the etooa-tree, or cordia, as neat as if made in our turning-lathe, and perhaps better polished.
  • OVERS They be pop-overs, sir, if I'm not misthaken.