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  • main At the same time I asked Mr. Adie to give me the use of my money, and to keep some of it in order to pay the old account, but he did not do it, and that is the main cause why I am so far behind.
  • maine I telled him "I guessed ef they went around much whar the Maine sojers were, that they would here his name pretty often, for they kin outsware any set of men I ever heerd talk."
  • mainer
  • mainly For men who did not make money, who were preoccupied mainly with women, or books, or even politics, she had no use.
  • making 16,195. But there may be a difficulty in making up the account at the agent's shop, may there not?
  • man 4686. Who was that man?
  • manage I don't see why you shouldn't manage the business.
  • mange That face had smiled through a couple of matrimonial campaigns, and received the first battery of admiring eyes with a sweet, downcast look, innocent as blanc-mange.
  • manger Box stalls cannot be as conveniently arranged, but in a one-row barn, gates hung on the outside and swung around to the manger, form stalls for cows at freshening time, and in a barn with two rows, box stalls can be arranged in the inner circle.
  • mango The relays of fried chicken, baked sweet potatoes, corn-bread, and mango pickles-a most extraordinary production, I maintain, is a mango pickle!
  • mangy I have caught but few animals, and their furs have been poor and mangy.
  • mania There is for instance the China mania-in the following in the incipient stage:- "O Mamma!
  • maniac Whether a maniac McAllen made a more desirable jailer than a secret association engaged in keeping dangerous scientific developments under cover could be considered an open question.
  • manic And as my thoughts go manic I really start to panic – My Brain Is Working Overtime by rivers cuomo
  • manioc On its southern and eastern side stretch the cultivated fields which supply Bagamoyo with the staple grain, matama, of East Africa; on the left grow Indian corn, and muhogo, a yam-like root of whitish colour, called by some manioc; when dry, it is ground and compounded into cakes similar to army slapjacks.
  • manky
  • mann Harry var en slem mann. Han lukta som en r?tten tann. – Harry by Bare Egil Band
  • manna
  • marking "Mother's Little Handkerchief," the marking read.
  • mean
  • meanie
  • meaning
  • meanly
  • means
  • meany
  • mekong
  • melange This agreeable melange of accomplishments, however, proved very attractive to the ladies, who invited the possessor to innumerable afternoon tea-parties, where they drew heavy drafts on his unflagging patience, and kept him steadily engaged with patterns and designs for embroidery, leather flowers, and other dainty knickknacks.
  • men
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  • merging
  • min
  • ming
  • mingy
  • mining
  • mink
  • moaning
  • morning
  • mung And Mung said: Many turnings hath the road that Kib hath given every man to tread upon the earth.
  • Mains
  • Manning
  • Manege
  • Meant
  • Mooing
  • Mooning
  • Megan
  • McCain
  • Meagan
  • Mani
  • MINN L. M. Lane, 9 Minn.
  • meanies
  • meaner
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