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bever

bever
(n.) A light repast between meals; a lunch.
(v. i.) To take a light repast between meals.

defer

defer
(v. i.) To put off; to delay to act; to wait.
(v. i.) To yield deference to the wishes of another; to submit to the opinion of another, or to authority; -- with to.
(v. t.) To put off; to postpone to a future time; to delay the execution of; to delay; to withhold.
(v. t.) To render or offer.
(v. t.) To lay before; to submit in a respectful manner; to refer; -- with to.

deter

deter
(v. t.) To prevent by fear; hence, to hinder or prevent from action by fear of consequences, or difficulty, risk, etc.

fever

fever
(n.) A diseased state of the system, marked by increased heat, acceleration of the pulse, and a general derangement of the functions, including usually, thirst and loss of appetite. Many diseases, of which fever is the most prominent symptom, are denominated fevers; as, typhoid fever; yellow fever.
(n.) Excessive excitement of the passions in consequence of strong emotion; a condition of great excitement; as, this quarrel has set my blood in a fever.
(v. t.) To put into a fever; to affect with fever; as, a fevered lip.

fewer

fewer
(comparative of `few' used with count nouns) quantifier meaning a smaller number of; "fewer birds came this year"; "the birds are fewer this year"; "fewer trains were late"

ieper

ieper
(Placename) the Flemish name for Ypres

leger

leger
(a.) Lying or remaining in a place; hence, resident; as, leger ambassador.
(a.) Light; slender; slim; trivial.
(n.) Anything that lies in a place; that which, or one who, remains in a place.
(n.) A minister or ambassador resident at a court or seat of government.
(n.) A ledger.

lever

lever
(a.) More agreeable; more pleasing.
(adv.) Rather.
(n.) A rigid piece which is capable of turning about one point, or axis (the fulcrum), and in which are two or more other points where forces are applied; -- used for transmitting and modifying force and motion. Specif., a bar of metal, wood, or other rigid substance, used to exert a pressure, or sustain a weight, at one point of its length, by receiving a force or power at a second, and turning at a third on a fixed point called a fulcrum. It is usually named as the first of the six mechanical powers, and is of three kinds, according as either the fulcrum F, the weight W, or the power P, respectively, is situated between the other two, as in the figures.
(n.) A bar, as a capstan bar, applied to a rotatory piece to turn it.
(n.) An arm on a rock shaft, to give motion to the shaft or to obtain motion from it.

meter

meter
(n.) One who, or that which, metes or measures. See Coal-meter.
(n.) An instrument for measuring, and usually for recording automatically, the quantity measured.
(n.) A line above or below a hanging net, to which the net is attached in order to strengthen it.
(n.) Alt. of Metre

never

never
(adv.) Not ever; not at any time; at no time, whether past, present, or future.
(adv.) In no degree; not in the least; not.

peter

peter
(n.) A common baptismal name for a man. The name of one of the apostles,
(v. i.) To become exhausted; to run out; to fail; -- used generally with out; as, that mine has petered out.

refer

refer
(v. i.) To have recourse; to apply; to appeal; to betake one's self; as, to refer to a dictionary.
(v. i.) To have relation or reference; to relate; to point; as, the figure refers to a footnote.
(v. i.) To carry the mind or thought; to direct attention; as, the preacher referred to the late election.
(v. i.) To direct inquiry for information or a guarantee of any kind, as in respect to one's integrity, capacity, pecuniary ability, and the like; as, I referred to his employer for the truth of his story.
(v. t.) To carry or send back.
(v. t.) Hence: To send or direct away; to send or direct elsewhere, as for treatment, aid, information, decision, etc.; to make over, or pass over, to another; as, to refer a student to an author; to refer a beggar to an officer; to refer a bill to a committee; a court refers a matter of fact to a commissioner for investigation, or refers a question of law to a superior tribunal.
(v. t.) To place in or under by a mental or rational process; to assign to, as a class, a cause, source, a motive, reason, or ground of explanation; as, he referred the phenomena to electrical disturbances.
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