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  • bier At the third hour you were still in the Church of San Domenico, whither you followed Madonna Paola's bier."
  • pier Set the sail and let her go free, and away rushes the little boat, tired of bobbing at her moorings by the pier-away across the bay, to where the south beach sinks in gentle, sandy slope.
  • tier The beds of the center tier have access from the alley on either side and are usually seven feet in width.
  • veer Mary, alas, you've hit the truth, And I with grief can but admit Hot-blooded haste controls my youth, My idle fancies veer and flit From flower to flower, from tree to tree, And when the moment catches me, Oh, love goes by Away I fly And leave my girl to sigh.
  • verb The tense of a verb standing alone seems always indefinite; the context alone tells whether the present, past, or future is indicated.
  • very "You must do your very best, dear.
  • vi 161 Just for a handful of silver he left us vi.
  • vie It is difficult to say, but few novelists were ever so well known to the people as were in their time such minor figures as Bradlaugh and Dr Grace, nor is there a novelist to-day whose fame can vie with that of, say, Mr Roosevelt.
  • view He was wondering, in view of what he had heard, what he ought to do.
  • vii 1; so the visions in vii.
  • viii 120 Brune, General, viii.
  • viper The grass was not long, and he could have seen a very large snake; but still a small coral snake, or the little poisonous viper, might have been there.
  • vireo And then, Mr. Vireo must know, the first thing.
  • vow Then Annie look the letter and after reading it said, "If she be all you say, I will vow she wrote this in her sleep.
  • weir "He has gone back to Weir," she said.
  • Via This lady, who had taken an accurate measure of her sister-in-law's influence over her brother, held her in the cool esteem with which relatives by marriage are frequently regarded, and had no real cordiality to show to the woman who was beginning to tread the Via Dolorosa her own feet had trodden so long.
  • Vied Then the syndic and I vied with each other in paying her compliments, telling her that we hoped to be her brothers.
  • Whew Antonini to see how he received it, but-thinking doubtless more of Giacomo Ferro than of D'Enrico-he said "E-whew," and tossed his thumb over his shoulder, as only an Italian can, as much as to say that D'Enrico set about his figures with too light a heart to get a Vecchietto out of them; Gaudenzio, then, being impossible and D'Enrico ordered out of court, it only remains to give the work to Tabachetti, with whose sleeping St. Joseph and with not a little else of whose work it presents much analogy; for the notion that a stranger of name unknown came to Varallo, did this single figure, and then went away without doing any more either there or anywhere else in the least like it, is as incredible as that it is the work of D'Enrico.
  • Vera But from his lips, this very night, Your Highness will hear that the road is open to Vera Cruz.
  • Vern
  • vies
  • views You're so consumed with social views Conspiracies and hidden clues – My Blue Angel by michael learns to rock
  • veers
  • viler She seemed to think that although nothing could be viler than Annie's conduct towards her, still the fact that Mr Null no longer existed, put Annie again within her grasp and control, and made it unnecessary to say much to her on this occasion.
  • accroaches
  • accultured
  • dis-course
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