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- n. Plural form of culver.
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From the four culvers which you Peeps might recall I'd financed by bartering some poetry books - grin, fountain-ous streams of water cascaded over wet rocks and leaves to continue down the fountain into a seasonal waterfall visible from the road.
Today, I checked my brand-spanking new culvers beneath a new gravel road/parking lot on the property and was very pleased to see them working and being effective against this week's raging storms.
And the culvers be so taught, that they flee with those letters to the very place that men would send them to.
For the culvers be nourished in those places where they be sent to, and they send them thus, for to bear their letters.
And the culvers return again whereas they be nourished; and so they do commonly.
Ne'er did mine eyes their like for culvers see * Who weep yet tear-drops never dye their eyne. "