What is the correct spelling for MEERGE?

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Correct spellings for MEERGE

  • emerge Masses of colour now began to emerge , with the glitter of steel, round the bend of the street, where the winter sunshine fell; and the crowds began to surge back, and against the houses.
  • marge Marge did not have heart failure or diabetes and was still able on arrival to at least take small amount of water orally and walk to the bathroom.
  • meager It is very easy to select from the meager facts now available convincing proofs both that prohibition does not prohibit and that high license leads to increased drunkenness.
  • meagre His quick eyes were taking in the meagre appointments of the room, and its occupants, as he was walking towards the sick man in his corner.
  • meek He'll be back again, meek enough, come bedtime, and then you can find out."
  • meg I'll warrant he saw Maclellan beheaded in the courtyard while Sir Patrick Gray, the King's messenger, supped with Douglas; and heard Mons Meg fire off the first granite cannon-ball, that shot away the hand of the Countess as she held a wine-glass up, drinking confusion to her enemies.
  • mere The circumstances that had brought them together seemed too remarkable for mere words.
  • merge There are shops, too, with bulging windows through which you can scarcely see the toys or the flowers or the sweetmeats, because Time has finger-marked the glass with violet and crimson stains that shift and merge so that the contents of the windows are seen as through wavering sea-water.
  • merged But the sense of will, freedom, individual life, is so strong in Lucretius, that we think of the 'natura daedala rerum' rather as a personal power, with attributes in some respects analogous to those of man, than as a being in whose existence all other life is merged .
  • merger "I have carried through a great merger of our interests," he said, his face lighting up.
  • morgue Religion is a corpse and the world is its morgue .
  • Mega Aeolus may also refer to: Places: Mount Aeolus (Alberta) Mount Aeolus (Antarctica), Victoria Land, Antarctica Mount Aeolus (Vermont) Aeolus Cave, Vermont Aeolus Ridge, Alexander Island, Antarctica Ships: HMS Aeolus, various ships of the British Royal Navy USS Aeolus, ships of the United States Navy Aeolus (1850), a wooden ketch built in New South Wales Aeolus, a ghost ship in the 2009 movie Triangle Other uses: ADM-Aeolus, a European Space Agency satellite launched in 2018 Aeolus (software), an open-source cloud virtual machine management software Aeolus Railroad Car, an early 19th-century experiment "Aeolus" (Ulysses episode) an episode in James Joyces novel Ulysses Aeolus, a boss character from the 2007 game Mega Man ZX Advent
  • Margie He knew if Margie was drowned, he was a ruined man.
  • merges He knows it will lead beyond the canyons, beyond the crests; that behind the mountains it merges into a vast valley of untold beauty.
  • MEGO
  • meeker He had drifted into Meeker with two poor horses and a pack.

16 words made from the letters MEERGE