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Correct spellings for MEAST

  • beast It may be nothing but some little beast,-if it were a bear, the horses would have made a fuss.
  • east The wedding was to be in the church; the same church that now stands on the east side of the square.
  • est Bartholo-Quand une chose est vraie!
  • feast We halted here and a feast day was declared.
  • least Least of all would I covet to be called the Christ.
  • maoist
  • mart What a mart for Kentucky!
  • mass Never mind; now we'll go to sleep till it's time for Mass.
  • mast Your father's head looked so grand against the mast.
  • master A man should be master in his own house.
  • mat There, I 'm right; she's pulling up at Mat Landy's,-I wonder if it's old Mat is bad.
  • matt Which she might have left her sister, and then perhaps they would have come to you, Matt.
  • mead Come bear the mead-cup to our guest, Said Thorold to his daughter; We thought to hear, at our Yule feast, A lay of mirth and laughter; But, to thy harp, thou well hast sung A song that may impart, For future hours, to old and young, Deep lessons to the heart.
  • meat His flesh is meat indeed.
  • meaty When I'm a fitter you shall have a good meaty bone every day of your life!"
  • meet Athena is going to ask you to meet him.
  • mesa Later the old man took part in the battle of San Pasquale and the Mesa.
  • mess He belonged to a "mess" at what was known as the "West End."
  • mews Always seeming to be strolling away from the house, but glancing back over his shoulder now and then, he saw Mr. Barradine's brougham come out of the mews and stand at Mr. Barradine's door.
  • mist The low bank of mist in the west occasionally brightened.
  • misty Along the horizon remained misty appearances resembling land.
  • moat Again, at some fields' distance from their old home there had been a "Round Pool" called "The Moat," "almost a perfect round, framed in with willows and tall reeds, so that the water was only to be seen when you got close to the brink."
  • moist At times also his black lips were moist as if he drank.
  • most It happened, as these things always do, in the most simple way in the world.
  • mst
  • must
  • musty I opened it but there is nothing but musty old letters.
  • seat Will you take a seat?
  • yeast The pride of his old profession was working like yeast within him.
  • Meant What did you think it meant?"
  • Met I didn't know it when we met.
  • Mideast
  • Mats The roof was made of palm-leaf mats.
  • Meats Abundance of meats and wines always turned her a burning pink.
  • meets Will you give me the first thing that meets you as you come to the palace gate?
  • moats The little town in which my parents lived and where I spent my childhood, dressed in clothes made by the tailors of Lemberg and Cracow, was a fortress, surrounded by moats, water, earthworks, and high walls.
  • mesas Beyond the sink the bank rose again, gently, to gain the height of the eyes at some mesas.
  • MAS Am I not Hammin Widdir, el hombre mas valido de Tanger?
  • MEAS The lines- Namque tu solebas Meas esse aliquid putare nugas, etc.
  • MYST
  • MASTS Accordingly, she was in the very act of speaking of her home, of her family, and of her lover, as dear objects that she might never again see, when her father entered the cabin in an ecstasy of joy, crying-'Here they are all now, just as we saw them in the morning; only, their masts point upward, and not down.
  • merest The merest stranger cannot but experience a sense of disgust at the contrast.
  • meanest To the meanest intelligence it was apparent that one had arisen who had something new to say-or something so old that the world had forgotten it.
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39 words made from the letters MEAST