verb (used with object)
Origin of evert
Related formsun·e·vert·ed, adjective
Definition for evert (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for evert
"If you can tell me anything kind of Evert, Bob, you will act like a brother in so doing," said the gentle wife.
"Gloves have never been worn here at small tea-parties," she said to Evert Winthrop afterwards.
Evert brings up their poverty—it has all come out, of course, since the mother's death.
These vacations, so grudgingly granted, had been very happy times for the little Evert, and their memory remained with him still.
She and Beulah were in the nursery with little Evert, and my father was in the fields.