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  • eaves He slept in a small room at the top of the house, under the eaves, and ate with the man and woman in the farmhouse kitchen.
  • heaves State whether you air blind, deaf, idiotic, or got the heaves?
  • nerves The way you swing. . . curves Really racks my nerves – Fire by platinum blonde
  • verse Where-e'er the hero's godlike acts can pierce, Or where the fame of an immortal verse. – A Letter from Italy by Joseph Addison
  • verve
  • Beeves Its half-dozen streets were unspeakable mud, its air was stenches, its buildings were incredibly foul slaughter-houses and shedded pens of swine, sheep, beeves, cows, calves, and mustang ponies.
  • Leaves Do you have anything that leaves a face feeling like skin?"
  • Versus It's the old suit once more before us; young folks versus old fogeys, the traditional battle-royal, to be fought to-day, as it will be fought to the end of all time.
  • Vetoes The opposing tribunes interposed their vetoes.
  • Wharves As Ned had expected, they speedily came to the conclusion that having been carelessly fastened up alongside the wharves, without any one being left in charge, she had drifted out with the tide.
  • Wives Life would run more easily, she thought, if husbands and wives had the same taste in tears.
  • Reeves Illustrated by Norman Reeves.
  • waives Rustum, in ignorance, coldly waives aside all overtures.
  • serves In such cases we do not get the help from association and analogy which serves us in dealing with language in general, but find ourselves in the position of a foreigner or child hearing unfamiliar word for the first time.
  • waves Do you think an old mad woman knows more than He who rules the waves, or that anything she can say in her folly will prevent Him from watching over us and bringing us back in safety?"
  • varies The ground-colour, which varies very little in shade, is a delicate pale, slightly greenish blue, almost precisely the same colour as that of Trochalopterum erythrocephalum.
  • peeves
  • weavers A year before he had been present at the siege of Bedford House by the Spitalfields weavers, where swords were drawn and much blood was spilled, while the gentlemen of the clubs and coffee-houses looked on as at a play; but even he felt a slackening of the pulse as he listened.
  • curves I guess you forgot to sweep," he said, assuming social curves in his plump little body.
  • swerves But instead of following up the clue and beginning to inquire whether or not narrative poetry by nature demands a language approximating to that of prose, and whether Wordsworth, in so far as he aimed at being a narrative poet, was not working on a correct but exaggerated principle, he leaves the bald contradiction and swerves off to the analysis of the defects and excellences of Wordsworth's actual achievement.
  • weaves "The spider weaves his web and it's not worth a cent if the flies aren't foolish enough to make mistakes.
  • verses See, here's a copy of the verses she had lately," and he flung me the paper.
  • carves Toss you who carves.
  • valves More than half the gas is wasted through safety valves, on account of the great pressure on the pipes as it issues from the earth.
  • EVES Trim little brick houses with white portals and tiny eves lined the streets.
  • PERVS
  • VIVAS From the azolea, to which she had ascended, she could note these noises more distinctly, but fancied them to be salutes, vivas, and cheers.
  • vergers Pitt had procured from one of the canons, who had been his uncle's friend, an order which permitted them to go their own way and take their own time, unaccompanied and untrammelled by vergers.
  • servos
  • servers
  • verges
  • versos
  • venues
  • verbs
  • Jeeves
  • adorablenesses
  • airy hopes
  • am ears in
  • am offensive
  • am on air
  • asked questions
  • beared one out
  • catches in act
  • cut down on
  • de forms
  • de fraud
  • dis-close
  • dis-comforting
  • dis-infections
  • dis-jointednesses
  • end world
  • enters in to consideration
  • enters into consideration
  • enters plea
  • fine spun
  • green-thumb
  • holds opinion
  • hush hushes
  • idiolized
  • intertangles
  • more eruptive
  • more euphoric
  • most in-thing
  • out whack
  • very popular
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