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Correct spellings for MAKE
- bake Bake for half an hour with an undercrust only.
- being up to one's ears in
- cake "Will somebody give me a piece of cake?
- fake "We'd have to fake it some," says I. "Oh, no, that wouldn't do at all," says Jarvis.
- hake As Chaske was the son of the leading war chief he was very much sought after by the rest of the boys, each one trying to gain the honor of being chosen for the friend and companion of the great chief's son; but, as I have before said, Chaske carefully studied them all and finally chose the orphan Hake.
- Jake Mr. Force rang a bell, which was answered by the entrance of Jake.
- lake Now we have exchanged these mutual compliments, may I ask you to show me the lake?
- mace The city doctrine was, that if the House of Commons had a serjeant-at-arms, they had a serjeant-at-mace.
- made He made up his mind to get them.
- Mae But Mae did not say all this.
- make I've a horse here, and I guess Mavy's not going to make love to me.
- maker He sent the match-maker himself."
- makes This way of getting at it makes it really our own.
- male Early on Sunday you can see the whole male population coming out of the little houses.
- mane The foaming crest of the wave, following the first downward sweep, is supposed to resemble a white horse's mane, which circumstance christened the fall.
- mare "I had been riding for more than an hour, and was still proceeding very rapidly, when my mare suddenly stumbled and threw me over her head on to the ground.
- mate Is the other mate finished?"
- maze In a perfect maze of excitement and confusion the girl hastily crossed over to her team.
- mike There was Tom Noddy-the ridiculous little man who in real life was the estimable Mr. Mike Halliday, sometime clerk of the House of Lords, and latterly poet and successful artist, who was as pleased as Punch himself at the distinction conferred upon him and his doings by the artist, while all the time Leech was secretly flattering his kindly self that his model could not by any means discover himself in pictures in which the features were so carefully altered-for all personalities were hateful to the considerate, sensitive humorist.
- rake "I've watched a many nights," she said shaking her head and beginning again to rake for coals in the cold fireplace, - "this aint the first.
- sake "For goodness' sake," she cried.
- take I'm glad you can take the thought of my going as you do, mother.
- wake We will wake him."