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  • eaves In some drying-houses, besides the ridge openings, the space along the eaves is left open.
  • fives The relaxations of the humbler class, are fives , quoits, skittles, and ale.
  • hives How heavy the hives must be!...
  • ives Shortly afterwards Garstin was astonished to hear that his former pupil had set up a studio on his own account at St. Ives , a few miles away.
  • over I know you will, when you get time to think it over .
  • Avis I'll never forget you, darling Miss Avis !
  • Dives One dives to the bottom, but comes up in a moment to report all safe below.
  • Envies Forever mortal Envies his neighbor; I envy rather Ye in your freedom, ye stars ever radiant, And only would be in your places!
  • Gives If I don't say 'thank you' when someone gives me something, then I can never play in the band.
  • Ivies My garden-herbs, in fragrance warm, Our various chaplets wait to form; My tender ivies grow, That, twining in thy amber hair, Add jocund spirit to thine air, And whiteness to thy brow.
  • Lives Every one lives as every one sees fit.
  • Ovaries Taking out the ovaries has cured some of the afflicted.
  • Wives I'm reading 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' now.
  • Rives E. by Rives and Voreppe.
  • Yves Do you know Saint-Yves-des-Bretons?"
  • Loves It does too much for the poor man just because it loves him too little.
  • avers Though it is possible, as Chaptal avers , that the original design aimed at the formation of a central fortress, yet to all lovers of art, above all to the hero-worshipping Heine, the new Louvre was a sure pledge of Napoleon's immortality.
  • moves "Tea is waiting," she said, "and Rem is waiting, and my aunt is tired, and you two have forgotten that the clock moves ."
  • doves And since I have been the means of bringing the pair of turtle-doves together, I hope they're happy."
  • coves Pursuing our vain search for food along the southern side of Jones Sound, early in September, we had been obliged to skirt rocky coves and shelves of land on which we might seek shelter should harm come to the fragile craft in which we braved the ocean storms and the spears of unseen ice beneath water.
  • roves He roves the streets looking under every veil that flutters by him in the street, in the hope that he might see her features; he remembers again "all the hours which I dreamed away so joyfully, so blissfully in her arms and her love."
  • vies Only one other man-Theodore Roosevelt-vies with him for this many-sided distinction.
  • olives The fats are found in fat meats and dairy products, and in nuts, olives , and vegetable oils.
  • ovens Yet there are thousands of physicians to-day who sincerely believe that they are earning their fees, who, from houses shut up like ovens , give advice to patients for treatment of tuberculosis, who prescribe alcohol and drugs, who diagnose the disease as malaria for fear patients will be scared, who oppose compulsory registration, and who never look for the tuberculous origin of crippled children.
  • IFS I am very unwilling, Mr. Henley, to think any thing to your disadvantage; and I must say that I could wish you would not speak by ifs, and ands, and innuendos; but let me know at once what you mean, and all you mean, and then I shall know how to act.
  • IVS
  • EVES The blood on his face and bare chest and the hatred in his eves made him a hideous object; but in that lull of the storm while we waited, watching for an advantage, I heard off somewhere, above or below, that same sound of footsteps that I had remarked before.
  • MOVIES Isn't that what they are supposed to do: go with you shopping and to movies?
  • OISE It is situated near the border of the Department of the Oise .
  • OVERS So that at last the left-overs, those of the young men the lady of the rosy nails was less kind to, actually in their despair attempted ghastly flirtations with the two German ladies.
  • ovules Ovules numerous, compressed, in several series.
  • afterpieces
  • befallings
  • cross-pollinated
  • dis-appears
  • favorings

16 words made from the letters OVIES

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