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  • ant Masheesh temporarily left them to place his prize, the ant-eater, in safety; and as the line of beaters was still far distant, there was ample time to examine the stockade.
  • cant It has become of late unfortunately prevalent, and we have known even ladies pride themselves on the saucy chique with which they adopt certain Americanisms, and other cant phrases of the day.
  • kant One's knowledge of pictures, or of Kant, of bob-whites or acids, cannot be applied to every conceivable occasion, but nothing can happen in all the world that one cannot see or feel or delight in, or suffer in, through Charles Lamb's soul if one has really acquired it.
  • malt Thus as the prices of wheat and malt rose the College benefited.
  • man "I owe you more than I can ever repay-" "Wait-" The sick man raised his hand, while a sudden light blazed up in his face.
  • mane Cynthia, but Cynthia as a woman, no longer a schoolgirl; Cynthia with her golden mane wound smoothly round her head, with blue shadows under the sweet eyes, and hollows where the dimples used to dip in the rounded cheeks.
  • manet Every artist is in a sense an echo of his environment and, although Fra Angelico must have passed the greater part of his life within monastery walls, yet the evidence of his pictures must convince all who look with discerning eyes, that he was profoundly influenced by the life that went on around him. The artistic and literary movements of the time affected him deeply and, in his own modest way he was constantly striving to enlarge the boundaries of his art, to develop its achievements in a manner that must have made even his early pictures appear as dangerous as the works of artists like Manet and Degas seemed to their contemporaries.
  • mann "A curious story," said Saul Arthur Mann dryly.
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  • manx
  • many
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  • pant
  • rant
  • want
  • Can't You know you can't get it.
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  • Mani A very common word to describe a cave where a fox lives), is one of the caves of Diros located in the Mani region of the Peloponnese peninsula.
  • MANS I vas hear ze mans zay dat ze ghost of ze cook dat you shoots vas hoont dees very sheeps!
  • mayn't
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