What is the correct spelling for MANTIME?

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Correct spellings for MANTIME

  • centime "I really haven't a centime in the house," said she, "just now I borrowed ten sous for the children from the servant.
  • madame "Farewell, Madame , and pray be warned of your danger," whispered another.
  • manama He could talk when he was but one day old, and all his life he did wonderful things until the people came to believe that he had been sent by Manama , the Great Spirit.
  • manatee This is the Manatee or Sea Cow.
  • manta Now there's as handsome a piece of trumpery as one often sees," tying a delicate crimson silk manta about him-"as I'm a sinner I'll carry that home to Nell Gray!
  • mantel He felt about among some of the smaller objects on the mantel for his pipe.
  • mantis But with the Praying Mantis , sticking out her long legs and her spreading wings, rotation is no longer feasible.
  • mantle The semi-tight under-dress and sleeves appear to have been elaborately embroidered, and the loose mantle of plain material was edged with a border.
  • manumit You ascribe to us "the purpose to manumit the three millions of negro slaves."
  • maritime And in proof that he was still willing, and had profited by his maritime experience, he offered to sweep the floor of the gymnasium then and there.
  • mealtime Most of all she missed him at mealtime .
  • meantime Meantime, live to some purpose and do it cheerfully.
  • minim As its author is Dr. Max Seligsohn, the official editor, we may assume that it is now granted that by the word Minim in the Jewish Liturgy is meant Jewish Christians.
  • mistime
  • monte Monte might be telling the truth, and then again lying came easy to him.
  • mortimer There, waiting for him, were the first chapters of his new novel, "Mortimer Stant."
  • mountie
  • onetime It sponsored contests at which prizes were given, such as that in 1761 for the best invention of a machine that would spin six threads of wool, flax, cotton, or silk at onetime with only one person attending it.
  • mantes Then you stayed in Blois until your mother's death, going a day or two later to M. de Rosny's house by Mantes , where mademoiselle still is.
  • anytime My brother was, of course, unable to take her along, nor was there any danger of her following him so far away as Kyushu, while I was in a small room of a boarding house, and might have to clear out anytime at that.

132 words made from the letters MANTIME