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Correct spellings for MANITA

  • amanita In other respects it agrees with Amanita.
  • mad The boy is mad!
  • made What had they made of her?
  • maid Like mistress, like maid.
  • mandate What was their mandate compared with his?
  • mat He wears a great basin-shaped white hat, and has a rush mat over his shoulders to temper the heat of the sun or shed the rain.
  • mate Both the captain and his mate were watching the shore of the island, which every moment was becoming more distinct.
  • math Bronx Theatre High School Marble Hill High School for International Studies New Visions Charter High School for Advanced Math and Science New Visions Charter High School for the Humanities
  • meadow He was now in the meadow next to the woods, and was walking slowly towards Mister Robert Robin's tree.
  • meat But the string, to which the meat was tied, did not let him.
  • media Samas-Rimmon, indeed, at the head of the army which had overcome his brother, continued the military policy of his predecessors; the tribes of Media and southern Armenia were defeated, and campaigns were carried on against Babylonia, the strength of which was now completely broken.
  • meet Where do we meet and when?"
  • method "It would be a quick method of getting rid of them," remarked Merryon.
  • mid It had become mid-winter, and the winter was a cold one.
  • mind You didn't mind, did you?
  • mint Sir Isaac Newton was made Master of the Royal Mint.
  • minute Listen, and forget yourself for a minute.
  • mode A mode of speech; a phrase; a particular sentence.
  • moment At that moment up came John.
  • monday On Monday he would reach Edinburgh and on Tuesday have an interview with Dr. Macrae and then take the first boat for home.
  • month Then the boy seemed to leave off in a tiff and tell him that he might sleep for a month for aught he cared, and that he would not try to waken him any more.
  • monument A monument inscribed with their names has been erected among the evergreens.
  • mood "I'm not in the mood for it.
  • motto
  • mound There was no hill, or even a small mound, on this little island.
  • mount To mount my pony again is simply out of the question.
  • mounted It was with genuine anxiety that he mounted the stairs.
  • mouth "Oh, if you don't want to hear me talk, I can keep my mouth shut.
  • mud She plodded on through the mud.
  • muddy By this time I was ready for anything that came; I was wet to my knees, muddy, disreputable.
  • muted
  • myth In ancient myth, Prometheus Filched fire from the altars of the gods To warm the world, Incurring Jove's dread wrath And endless torment.
  • Meant "I meant it to, sir.
  • Met How jolly to have met you!"
  • mandated The song was selected following a competition mandated by the Alberta Official Song Act, which was introduced in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta by Calgary Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) Wayne Cao in May 2001, and passed by the legislature in November of that year.