Her frankness, indeed, was the great thing; it had an endless attraction for evert Winthrop.
In which class, however, he again did not include evert Winthrop.
evert Winthrop had felt that her words were a prayer, that she was praying still.
But how could you suppose I meant that she had designs upon evert for herself?
evert Beekman, however, looked grave before he made his reply.
I must say I cannot see the nobility in it that you and evert see.
To evert and Hakon was assigned the duty of pulling in the nets.
After a pause: "You heard from evert this morning, I believe?"
The figure she had seen on the shore, was, as she had thought, that of evert Winthrop.
Because I did; that night, and for some time afterwards, I adored you, evert.
evert e·vert (ĭ-vûrt')
v. e·vert·ed, e·vert·ing, e·verts
To turn inside out or outward.