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Correct spellings for MADEI

  • mad You are altogether mad!
  • madden "Why, good morning, Madden.
  • madder The more he clawed the worse it became and the madder he grew and the more he yelled at himself, because it was himself he was yelling at all the time.
  • made How has it been made?
  • madeira Annie said, with her mouth half full of sweet Madeira cake, "that you may, ma'am, as much as you would aunty.
  • maid Haven't they a maid?
  • maiden "Thank you, thank you," repeated Maiden May, "but I am not afraid."
  • mat Fancy Mat leaving and never giving me his address!
  • mate And I been mate this six years, mind you.
  • mater These are words from the 'Stabat Mater;' nor did S. Francis and S. Catherine do more than carry into the vividness of actual hallucination what had been the poetic rapture of many less ecstatic, but not less ardent, souls.
  • matey Reposo yourself, matey, if you know what's good.
  • matte
  • maui Thus Maui found the path to the under-world.
  • md
  • mead
  • meade No. Sat out with Molly Meade.
  • med
  • medea The Greeks trembled for their hero, and even she who had provided him a way of safety and taught him how to use it, Medea herself, grew pale with fear.
  • media
  • meed
  • mid
  • midi
  • mod
  • mode
  • mud
  • Madge I brought her here, and made her the humble companion of your cousin Madge.
  • Mahdi For whereas powerful religious movements, affecting the destinies of kingdoms and causing great wars, have ceased in Western and Central Europe, in Asia all governments have constantly to apprehend some fresh outburst of religious enthusiasm, the appearance of some prophet or new spiritual teacher, who gathers a following, like the Mahdi in the Soudan, and attacks the ruling power.
  • Marie
  • Maud Lady Joan was doctrinal; Lady Maud inquisitive.
  • Met
  • Mai One sees first the vaulted Salle Saint Louis, called the Salle des Pas Perdus because it was through it that the victims of the Revolution walked on their way to the Cour de Mai and execution.
  • Mamie "Show the captain the way to the house, Mamie," he said.
  • Sadie
  • Mads
  • Mattie Don't please say that my Mattie ever told you that?"
  • Maude
  • Mae