from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A dialectal corruption of evening.
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"[R]eveling in the power they have, [Republicans] are using techniques to jam bills through even when they don't have to . . . simply because they can," is how congressional expert Norman Ornstein characterized the GOP's screw-the-minority tactics from 1994 to the present, according to a 2004 Washington Post article.
But why halfway up the wall if for slab eveling ... and is the cement poured so dry it won't self level.
He grunted "Glood-eveling" with a grin at June, but he did not glance twice at her companion.