Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A simplified spelling of heave.
“Initially, John Milton is described as "Unhappy tho in heav'n" (2: 18 E 96).”
“For the whole world – ay, and the gods in heav'n –”
“Having said he "had tak'n up in heav'n his position,”
“D'you reckon they eveh, ev'm in they dreams o 'heav'm, see sich”
“What the fage poets, taught by th 'heav'nly Mufe, 515”
“Such orient colour fmiles thro 'heav'n When May's fweet mornings break.”
“-0!' heav'ns, the Captain of the Ihip reported to'be loft.”
“Rock iv Cashel, I'll l'arn yez to insult th 'heav'nly throng! ”
“I always wanted to play like Tommy Iommi," he said, referring to the guitarist for heav-metal heroes Black Sabbath.”
“He learned to play heav - ily at cards and to squander money on the turf, until he had again and again to come to me and implore me to give him an advance upon his allowance, that he might settle his debts of honour.”
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