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  • civil "Miss Dare is not in," was the civil response, "and Mr. Orcutt is very busily engaged; but if you will step into the parlor I will tell him you are here."
  • evil Meanwhile, Know, all is well with them, even what is evil. Latino kill Latino; man it's evil. . . The same damn story and a sequel – I Can't Get With That (Schmoove Version) by Fun Lovin' Criminals
  • evilly On the table, within reach of his hand, was ranged the Butterfly Man's entire secular library: Andrew Lang's translation of Homer; Omar; Richard Burton's Kasidah; Saadi's Gulistan, over which he chuckled; Robert Burns; Don Quixote; Joan of Arc, and Huckleberry Finn; Treasure Island; the Bible Miss Sally Ruth had given him-I never could induce him to change it for my own Douai version-; one or two volumes of Shakespeare; the black Obituary Book, grown loathsomely fat; and the "Purely Original Verse of James Gordon Coogler," which a light-minded professor of mathematics at the University of South Carolina had given him, and in which he evilly delighted.
  • fill A big bedstead seemed nearly to fill the room. I've had my fill I can't stand still – I Can't Stand Still by Unknown Author
  • filly I've persuaded the Major to let you have that filly cheap, dirt cheap.
  • lively The grave is to the serious what the lively is to the agreeable.
  • rival At last then she was snatching from her rival the lover of whom she had so long been jealous!
  • swivel He's one of these slow motioned, quiet talking ginks, with restful ways, such as would fit easy into a swivel chair and hold down a third vice-president's job for life.
  • vainly He tried vainly to keep his hand steady.
  • veal As soon as the omelet begins to set, spread it while cooking with finely chopped cooked ham, veal, or chicken.
  • veil And over this, to make sure she did not take cold, was a thick, brown veil.
  • vial Surely, then, this vial brings us to the end.
  • vidal
  • vigil
  • vila
  • vile
  • vilely These sons of Chuchi Ccapac, feeling that they were being vilely treated, and remembering that they were the sons of so great a man as their father, also seeing that the Inca had disbanded his army, agreed to risk their lives in obtaining their freedom.
  • villa
  • vinyl
  • viol
  • viola
  • viral
  • vital
  • viva The outside of the municipal hall was lit up with some splendour, and it was graced by a big placard, on which was written the amiable sentiment, "Muera Napoleon-viva Mejico!"
  • vivaldi
  • vivid
  • vividly
  • vivify When the matter which is to form our solar system is separated off from the infinite ocean of matter which fills space, the Third Person of the Trinity-the Holy Spirit-pours His Life into this matter to vivify it, that it may presently take form.
  • wavy
  • wifely
  • will
  • wily
  • wive
  • Villi
  • Willy
  • Val He even wished to go there himself; but Paul thought Petit Val looked so spoiled that he was glad the King did not go.
  • VOL
  • VIVAS
  • viably
  • intertangles
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