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  • am on the and up
  • Ave Are you going to show us the locket, or 'ave we got to shout agin?
  • aver "Whether it was without benefit of clergy I cannot say," replied the Alferez; "but I can safely aver that it was not without benefit of physic.
  • cover I want you to write your name and address on the front cover."
  • dover Haydn Sea-Sick Next morning, after attending early mass, he embarked at 7:30, and landed at Dover at five o'clock in the afternoon.
  • eve Miss Cora had said; and it had happened on the eve of his wedding to Evie Soames.
  • ever No boy ever had more.
  • hover Around him hover all your thoughts.
  • I've "I've got to go now," he said to the man.
  • lover "For some of those still very young, it is like a lover long desired!
  • mover There were dirt mover trucks.
  • o'er No fierce Eastern crown Is o'er your lands, no spear hath cast them down.
  • oder Dey send de boats away, a Frenchman for to board, We climb de side with one hand, de oder hold de sword.
  • offer "It is not much to offer you, but it is all I've got," she said.
  • Ova Why two ova, similarly exposed in the same pool, should become the one a fish, and the other a reptile, it cannot tell us.
  • oven This should be done about ten minutes before taking out of the oven.
  • over "Perhaps I would have been, but I'd have got over it.
  • OVERS The corporal held his fire until he attempted one of these turn-overs, when he pulled the trigger and "took him on the wing."
  • overt Remember, on his part, the utter absence of overt motive."
  • rover "There are other sports besides those for men," answered Gerald, colouring indignantly: "my taste is confined to amusements in which he is but a fool who seeks companionship; and if you could read character better, my wise brother, you would know that the bold rover is ever less idle and more fortunate than the speculative dreamer."
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