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  • beta Then the Beta and I headed for home, reaching our base upon Sunday, April 25th.
  • eta The astronomer still puzzles over the gorgeous colours he finds at times, especially in double stars: the topaz and azure companions in beta Cygni, the emerald and red of alpha Herculis, the yellow and rose of eta Cassiopeiae, and so on.
  • fete His fete is the Derby Day of Madrid.
  • vat He's that kind of man, missus, vat does look ver' hard."
  • veal Do you know, I must trouble you for some more veal, it is so very good, and I am so very hungry."
  • veda A passage from the Rig Veda speaks likewise of the time, or rather the no-time, which preceded all things.
  • vega Nordenskjold's "North-East Passage, or the Voyage of the Vega," was invariably produced by every bookseller I questioned, but as the Swedish explorers never left their ship, this work, as a guide, was quite useless to me.
  • vela Vela Nunnez got safe to Lima, where he informed the viceroy of the unfortunate result of his expedition, who was very much cast down on the occasion, as his affairs seemed to assume a very unpromising aspect.
  • vesta It was to virgins that the sacred fires of Vesta were entrusted, and the violation of their virginity was a capital crime which all Rome regarded as a scourge from wrathful heaven.
  • vet We heard later on that the enemy had been in strong force under General Hector MacDonald, and that Commandant Hasebroek escaped with all his men, but that General MacDonald had captured sixteen of his waggons at Vet River on the 13th, and eighteen at Doornberg on the 17th of September.
  • veto In theory an Editor's word-subject to the Proprietor's veto-is final.
  • virtue Virtue, my young friend, not verses.
  • vital Accordingly, the right starting of the monologue is of vital importance.
  • vote The referendum was rendered by Mulhouse in 1798. Will that town be obliged to vote again?
  • voter Let us suppose then a New York freeholder and voter of this class, confiding in the guarantee given by the Federal constitution removes into Ohio.
  • vt Worthington Pierce, 17 Vt.
  • wet "It doesn't matter whether I am wet or not.
  • wetter It was quite unnecessary for him to divest himself of any clothing for the purpose, and in fact when he had succeeded very pluckily in reaching the other side he was not in the least degree wetter than when he started.
  • zeta Montenegro The use of the name Montenegro began in the 15th century when the Crnojevic dynasty began to rule the Serbian principality of Zeta; over subsequent centuries Montenegro was able to maintain its independence from the Ottoman Empire.
  • Mete I can take charge of one Nest, Jinks of another, and Mete of another, said Ned.
  • Vetoes Pensions, vetoes by Cleveland, 101; law of 1890, 105 Philippines, military operations in, 209 ff.
  • Vetoed The bill was vetoed by the governor in council.
  • Vito Vito was five years older than Antonio, and his word had always been law to the younger brother, so although he was sick at heart at the thought of being left behind, he said nothing against the project, but tried to make it easy for Vito with their mother.
  • Leta The first spoonful of soup was reassuring, and I looked to the end of the table to exchange a congratulatory glance with Leta.
  • Vera Everybody behaved well: Urquhart, who believed that he possessed Lucy's heart, James, who knew now what he possessed, Vera Nugent, who was content to sit and look on, and Lucy herself, who simply and honestly forgot everything except the beauty of the world, and the joy of physical exertion.
  • Verde Seeing that the Hollanders, although professing friendship, were thus treacherously inclined, he judged himself justified in exceeding the commission he had received, and on his way south he touched at Cape Verde.
  • Vita Vita ordinata en onne nazione.
  • Yvette Montague always had a soft spot in his heart for the unfortunate Miss Yvette, who laboured so hard to be a guiding light; for it chanced to be while she was in the ring, exhibiting her skill in driving tandem, that he met with a fateful encounter.
  • Pete One of the famous victims of the Highbinders in recent years in San Francisco was "Little Pete," a Chinaman who was worth $150,000 and owned a gambling palace.
  • FETA Brine is also commonly used to age brined cheeses, such as halloumi and feta; others are periodically washed in brine during their ripening.
  • VETS I know all a horse needs when well, and might probably treat a sick horse as correctly as some country vets.
  • vitae We want no one's money whom Vitae-Ore cannot benefit.
  • Vedas In the Vedas animal sacrifices are prescribed and they are even now used in the worship of some deities.
  • vetted This grew to be the largest ex-Brethren site with 597 members vetted for genuineness.

11 words made from the letters vetae

3 letter words made from vetae:

eat, vat, ate, tea, tee, eta, vet, eve.

4 letter words made from vetae:

teav, taee, evat.

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