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- davy Davy gave a yet longer whistle.
- ivy At seven o'clock she made herself ready and left the Consolidation with Ivy.
- livy It was maintained, until a late era in our own English literature, by the Gibbons and Macaulays who moulded themselves upon Cicero and Livy.
- navy I have never been a captain of soldiers, nor have I held that rank in the navy.
- viva The gayety of the little party was at its height, and when Fanny, gracefully kneeling, received upon her head the crown, and was proclaimed "Queen of the May," a strange voice called out in loud, musical tones, "Viva la Reine."
- waif Here was a waif of the slums, doomed to die in so many weeks, and yet it was the object of the loving devotion of every nurse in the ward, with every comfort and luxury which an age of civilisation could supply, and the recipient of the enthusiastic attention of a great surgeon whose name was famous throughout the world.
- wail "Was it the wail of love?
- wain 11. Skill, kill, ill. 12. Chair, hair, air. 13. Chill, hill, ill. 14. Swain, wain.
- wait Just wait till I get him alone; that's all.
- waive Miss Graham waived the question of salary; I could not do less than waive the question of reference.
- waiver In another change to bowl eligibility rules that took effect in 2010–11, a team that wins its conference but has an overall losing record must receive an NCAA waiver to appear in a bowl game.
- wary He had divided Aminta from the Countess of Ormont, and it was the wary Aminta who set a guard on looks and tones before the spectacle of his noble bounty, lest any, the smallest, payment of the dues of the countess should be demanded.
- wave And after you're inside, if you need us, you've only to go to a rear window and wave."
- waver But the line of spear heads did not waver.
- Waived Again she flourished the broom, this time at the woman, and she waived the raw beef at the seeker.
- waives Complete personification being out of the question, it is expressly avoided,-each figure waives attention to itself, merges itself in the plot.
- waifs The spoil was handed over to the "Baiala"-"the people who are dead"- wretched outlaws or waifs of annihilated clans, who wandered, weaponless and without clothing, over the veldt.