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Is "e'er" a true English word?

The words, "e'er," "ne'er," and "o'er" appear mostly in poems and songs. The omission of the letter v in each word changes them from two-syllable to one-syllable words. ...
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What is the meaning of '"It's nart'ral" in "Pollyanna" by Eleanor H. Porter?

As Kate Bunting notes in a comment beneath the posted question, "nart'ral" is simply an eye-dialect representation of natural. It is far less common in Google Books search results than the ...
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