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Correct spellings for MARRIERD

  • harried The Greek ships rescued the West from the East, when they harried the Persians home; And the Roman ships were the wings of strength that bore up the empire, Rome; And the ships of Spain found a wide new world, far over the fields of foam.
  • madrid In Madrid they take the afternoon leisurely to the transformation, and the evening's performance is of course sacrificed.
  • mariner He wheels and is about going off, when a black Octoroon rushes madly in and fires another horse-pistol at the retreating mariner , who falls.
  • marred I think the effect of the concerto was not marred by the omission.
  • married I am a married man; I must go home.
  • mired To allow himself to be mired in a law scrape together with this person, even in criminal prosecution of the man, surely meant delay, along with repeated interruption of his work, if not its abandonment for a time.
  • mirrored The sun was mirrored in the shining coat of his horse, and in the lictor's axe he bore, carrying it like a commander's staff.
  • Carried Then truly they carried the pig up the river, those two Ipogau who are married.
  • Marie Why, I don't care a bit now whether I'm Mary or Marie .
  • Martyred Her forehead had what Domini secretly called a martyred look.
  • Parried Olwen, wondering at her own boldness, parried with, "If-if it wasn't worth coming down specially for, h-have you the right to ask me?"
  • Tarried He tarried with them two years, alone of the French, and always joined the Barbarians in their excursions and journeys, undergoing such fatigues as none but eyewitnesses can conceive; he often passed seven or eight days without food, and once, full seven weeks with no other nourishment than a little bark from the trees.
  • marries But a chap when he marries should have something; shouldn't he now?"
  • merrier Every rake and fork were in requisition; a merrier group never raked and pitched; never was a meadow more dexterously cleared; and it was not long before there was a demand that the right to labor should be honored by fresh work, which the chief of the group lamented he could not at the moment gratify.
  • Marriott Then, quite suddenly, Mrs. Smith remembered her own brother, the great Marriott Nolan Tarbro, whose romances sold in editions of hundreds of thousands, and who was, beyond all doubt, the greatest living novelist.
  • remarried And many more would come away as being the descendants of remarried widows.

141 words made from the letters MARRIERD

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