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- cover 2248. Is that in order to cover your risk upon the hosiery?
- dover The alleged exceptional cases at Hendon and Dover, England, are not conclusive.
- ever 15,461. Were you ever due Mr. Greig anything at all?
- fever I lay six weeks in fever, and I never saw you since.
- hoover And not a one but what it served in some way to remind him Of a mother or a sister or a sweetheart left behind him- And some looked back on happier days and saw the old-time faces And heerd the dear familiar sounds in old familiar places- A gracious touch of home-"Look here," sez Hoover, "ever'body Quit thinkin' 'nd perceed at oncet to name his favorite toddy!"
- hover They hover about us, watching like vultures ...
- lever "I don't want him for a friend, and you're dead wrong if you think I could make this a lever to square myself with the law.
- lover She turns and looks a moment in the glass, Hardly aware of her departed lover; Her brain allows one half-formed thought to pass: "Well now that's done: and I'm glad it's over." – The Waste Land by Thomas Stearns Eliot
- mover I've been a mover and a groover – Everything is better now by UB 40
- never CHOR. Stand empty here for ever; And ah! the poor, At thy worn door, Shall be relieved never. – THE WIDOWS' TEARS; OR, DIRGE OF DORCAS by Robert Herrick
- over Saw your face and the damage was done You waked a spell that took me over A brighter bulb right out of the sun A lotus scented supernova – Shakalaka Baby by Unknown Author
- quaver Mrs. Bolan's that 'raptured she does nothin' but quaver about wid her shaky old v'ice.
- quiver And Peter's lips with fury quiver; Quoth he, "You little mulish dog, I'll fling your carcase like a log Head-foremost down the river!" – Peter Bell, A Tale by William Wordsworth
- rover The last time he saw this white-hulled rover was in the harbor of Sidney, Australia.
- sever So many steps, head from the heart to sever, If but a neck, soon should we be together. – A Letter to Her Husband by Anne Bradstreet
- Whoever and now you're with whoever you can lie about forever – Back From Your Love by Sarah Connor
- Your 'My lady's father'! my lord's knave: your whoreson dog! you slave! you cur! – King Lear: Act I, scene IV by Unknown Author