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  • buying What am I buying? My soul is crying – Stillness Of Heart by Lenny Kravitz
  • dying In his chamber, weak and dying, Was the Norman baron lying; – Norman Baron, The by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • haying The effect in the haying season is quite striking and novel to the stranger.
  • laying Laying on a broken back and cryin', everything's goin' black and I'm dyin' – Tennessee Owns My Soul by Roy Orbison
  • lying Or the hero, silent lying, Scorns to yield a groan in dying; – Siege of Corinth, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • mailing
  • main He didn't come out the main entrance.
  • maine It is a commonplace of historical writers to open their first chapter by calling attention to the difference made by steel and electricity, to the fact that it took longer to get from Boston to Washington in 1776 than it does to-day from Maine to California and back; that it took longer even for the rural legislator in the Connecticut Valley to get to his State Capitol than it does to-day to go from there to Washington.
  • making "I'm not making money as I did once.
  • malign Yes, we now may rationally believe that there existed too much sagacity and truth among the men of witchcraft times, and too little deviltry among the guileless children of that day, to permit that fictions and rhetoric shall long be suffered to malign our forefathers because they recorded true accounts of what transpired among them.
  • mapping Of course, I know you are an artist; but mapping is a thing apart.
  • marina "Silence, Marina," said Verronax.
  • marine At his request, therefore, I sent a marine along with him, but suffered him to take only his side-arms.
  • marking If a job lasts longer than six days another card should be used marking them No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, in the space marked "Card No." Both cards should be fastened and kept together.
  • mating It is the moon of flowers, and the birds are mating.
  • matting Now-he almost shuddered with anguish-here was this new chief officer-a perfect stranger-didn't know him from Adam-washing his wounds absolutely in the sacred wash-bowl, standing in not over clean shoes on the very piece of matting on which he himself, the master of the vessel, stood while shaving and making stern faces at himself in the glass as he rehearsed imaginary scenes with the rabble outside.
  • mayan
  • meaning
  • ming
  • mining
  • moaning
  • moving
  • musing
  • paying
  • saying
  • toying Culligore grinned while absently toying with the pistol.
  • tying
  • Baying
  • Guying The man who told him this grinned, and evidently considered it a good joke, nor had Peter been unconscious that all the morning the clerks and underlings had been laughing, and guying him as he waited.
  • Hying Two other hying machines were heard of about this date, one by Professor Giampietre, of Pavia, cigar-shaped, driven by screws, and rigged with masts and sails.
  • Joying
  • Keying But Michael went on keying book after book during many years, with the help of some volunteers.
  • Madding Here are a couple of chairs, and a table, far from the madding crowd.
  • Maiming
  • Manning
  • Marring
  • Marrying
  • Mashing
  • Massing
  • Mauling The nails which had fastened it had either been broken off or drawn out, probably by the rough mauling it had got while being stowed.
  • Meting
  • Mewing She sprang back to the door, mewing more loudly than before; then she came again to the lady, and then went to the door, as if asking her to follow.
  • Miring
  • Mooing
  • Moping
  • Mowing
  • Muting
  • Shying
  • Vying
  • Marin
  • miming
  • breakoffs
  • dis-uniting
  • hokey-pokey
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