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  • averse Being a companionable sort, he was not averse to Wilbur Cowan's company on his cushioned seat.
  • perverse Which when the noble citizens of Syracuse had intimation of, there arose a sedition in the army, and the city was in great distress and want of provisions; and Dion now knew not what course to take, being also blamed by all his friends for having thus fortified against himself such a perverse and jealous and utterly corrupted man as Heraclides was.
  • revers To REVERSE, REUERSE, v. a. To strike from behind; Fr. revers , a stroke of this kind.
  • reverse Now, under the reverse process, it stood out in wavy freedom.
  • sevens The We are Sevens , used to Blue Bonnet's methods, went on unconcernedly with their dessert; but the Judsons looked mildly amazed.
  • sever In vain was their endeavour, But I will venture all, the knot to sever .
  • severe "You are very severe and very cruel, mother," said Marie, sadly.
  • severn I'll tell you what-I met Reynolds at Haydon's a few mornings since-he promised to be with me this Evening and Yesterday I had the same promise from Severn and I must put you in mind that on last All hallowmas' day you gave me your word that you would spend this Evening with me-so no putting off.
  • Severus In 202, during the persecution instituted by Septimius Severus , St. Irenaeus crowned by martyrdom his active and influential life.
  • Fevers Fevers and horrors of all sorts beset them on that coast: I might read Geoffrey's death in the next Gazette, and yet-his lips have not touched my hand.
  • serves His eye serves him, and not his nose.
  • saves "He spends most of his time in bed, which saves his legs.
  • severs He drew Durandal and rushed into the thickest of the fight, slicing off heads with his sword as easily as a pigeon severs the heads of millet with its sharp beak.
  • sewers And the feverish concentration of the piece-work sewers in the window of the loft building.
  • savors At the end, when she was dressed, and Annie tried to lift her into the carriage, she broke out in sudden rebellion; she cried, she shrieked, she fought; the two good women who were obeying the dead minister's behest were obliged to descend to the foolish lies of the nursery; they told her she was going on a visit to the Savors , who would take her on the cars with them, and then bring her back to Aunt Annie's house.
  • SEERS They alone are seers and singers Who invalidate despair By the lofty hopes they cherish, By the gallant deeds they dare, By the ceaseless aspirations Of a life of prayer.
  • savers And in this, the last tale, I propose telling of the doing of the Storm Warriors, the Life Savers , who watch and struggle mid the fierce seas of the Goodwin Sands, I have deeds to relate done by our brave boatmen-acts of daring and determination-for which I claim a place amid the records of the bravest, grandest deeds of heroism of the age; a tale to tell which, unless I fail utterly in the telling-and this God forbid-I reverently pray, and pray it for the sake of noble deeds done, and for the sake of the good life-boat cause-a tale which must excite sympathy for those in suffering and in peril from the dangers of the sea; and sympathy and high esteem for the daring and unselfish workers of brave works; -a tale, the echoes of which may well stir, as a trumpet peal, stout hearts to perseverance and brave deeds, to do and dare all in God's name, and for the right, whatever storms of opposition may impede their onward course, and stand between them and their high and holy aim.
  • levers He let me have the levers .
  • servers In Anglican churches – such as the Church of England, the Episcopal Church of the United States, the Church in Wales, the Scottish Episcopal Church – altar servers are often called acolytes and can be of either sex and any age (although usually no younger than ten).
  • sieves "A mercy he didn't happen to have his fowling-piece at hand," said Walter, "else we'd be riddled into sieves ."
  • severer Unlike the delicate article of olden time, which required only a momentary infusion to develop its richness, this requires a longer and severer treatment to bring out its strength-thus confusing all the established usages, and throwing the work into the hands of the cook in the kitchen.

31 words made from the letters SEVERSE