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Correct spellings for MAINROAD
- inroad It is notorious, that, when Cambyses, and Ochus, invaded Egypt, and when Xerxes made his inroad into Greece, they burnt and ruined the temples in each nation, out of abomination to the worship.
- mainstay Her son, who should have been her mainstay and comfort, was in an insane asylum, the result of drink and excesses.
- manhood Men undoubtedly work for money in Western Canada, but one has only to listen to their conversation in saloon and shanty to recognize the clean pride in their manhood, and their faith in the destiny of the land to which they belong.
- manned In fact, I believe a good Shetland boat, well manned, would go through what a much larger one would not go through.
- mannered I was seldom challenged, and the sentinels I came across were very mild-mannered men; they never ordered me away; they only said, or hinted, that the place I was in was not supposed to be free to the public.
- manorial The fanatic, upon this, wrote a long letter to the king of France, the paramount sovereign of our little manorial lord.
- mansard "The top is about as uneven in height as a set of dinner casters, so we will give up the mansard roof.
- marat "It is I, brother Marat," answered the cobbler, panting.
- maraud Some of the disbanded soldiers had retained their arms, but only to defend themselves against the Cossacks and to be better able to maraud.
- mindoro The coastguard steamer skirted the coast of Mindoro and then turned her nose westward.
- mired His soldiers came home with tales of his devotion to them, and of how he shared his rations and his blankets and bravely risked his life; of how he crept off into a swamp, at imminent peril, to rescue one of his men lost or mired there.
- nimrod Of him more than any other Nimrod may be said what a returned missionary from Africa said of his first congregation, "They are a contented folk, clothed with the sunlight and fed by gravitation."
- Manured The early crop, on the other hand, which is always heavily manured, is sometimes set with the rows as close as two feet apart, and the plants twenty inches apart in the rows.
- Manfred There is Ceprano, where a renegade Was each Apulian, as great Dante saith, When Manfred by his men-at-arms betrayed Spurred on to Benevento and to death.
- Maynard Mr. Story, not knowing that Maynard had gone to take care of his wife and children, went by the back way to the house.
- majored Collins majored in biology at Gardner–Webb University.