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  • bee Elizabeth, as unaware of herself as the bud that has not opened to the bee, sighed a good deal, and repeated poetry to any one who would listen to her. You've gotta be as busy as a bee To be a Mister B. I. G. – Dig-Dig-Dig for Your Dinner by Unknown Author
  • fee "There is a small admission fee," said Herbert's companion. Whoever finds me is gonna get a finder's fee Out this world, ain't no one out there mind as me – Rabbit Run by Eminem
  • gee Gee, I like Don as well as any of you. A transvestite in trouble, gee we can make a double CD – So You Want Me To Bleed by Billie The Vision And The Dancers
  • lee I turned and looked into the flushed, indignant face of General Lee. There was racing and chasing on Cannobie Lee, But the lost bride of Netherby ne'er did they see. – Lochinvar by Sir Walter Scott
  • me "Yes, I think you told me that.
  • med It contained nothing larger than Calhoun's Med Ship, Aesclipus Twenty.
  • meed Yet eighteenth century tragedy deserves this meed of praise that it sought for literary form, which preceding tragedy had largely lacked; and its attempts to secure this offered useful lessons for the future.
  • meek Selinda is a meek woman and obedient, but she cries easy.
  • meet "His friend" did not meet him this time.
  • meg And so very sulkily Marly moved out, looking for Meg right and left as she did so.
  • men Put the new men at the central window, and let them shoot at every flash they see.
  • mere Charles Edward was then a mere boy.
  • mew They think that every woman who doesn't mew about at afternoon parties must be a bad one.
  • nee 'And you are, I suppose, the young lady, Sarah Matilda nee Mangles, mentioned in this little paragraph?' he said, in a tone you would have called a sneer, were it not that it trembled.
  • see Zoie was quick to see her advantage.
  • tee I was sure of it when I saw Colonel Jimmy pulling his driver out of the bag on the first tee.
  • wee Pee-wee curled up smaller under the robe and hardly breathed.
  • Met What about the first time we met?"
  • Mete As Christ is full, full measure heaped up and running over, will he mete out unto you then, and this shall be without the fear of any ebb or diminution of it for all eternity.
  • Moe You did fine, and Moe will too.
  • meme Il en est de meme des ayants-droit, neutres ou ennemis, de la Puissance neutre dont la propriete est en cause.
  • Dee Dee and I had made so many sales that Annie had to send a telegram informing her father of the diminished stock.
  • Mel After the excitement of his discovery had worn off, Mel began to cautiously test its potential.
  • Mae "Yes, yes," cried all, and Mae drank as heartily as any of them.
  • MEX Exceptions from examination are hereby made as follows: One superintendent and the necessary teachers, not exceeding four in number, for the organization and equipment of a normal school to be established at Albuquerque, N. Mex., this rule to expire by limitation six months after the date of its approval.
  • MME And he used to go every day to have tea with Mme.
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