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  • becket Neither of the children had ever been at Becket, and though Alan was seldom curious, and Nedda too curious about everything to be specially so about this, yet Felix experienced in their company the sensations of a new adventure.
  • beget They all take wives, beget sons, but nothing is said of the origin or destiny of the wives and daughters; they are incidentally mentioned merely as necessary factors in the propagation of the male line.
  • make Multiplied by 36 zips to make A triple beam brake, a triple beam shake – In My Blood by scarface
  • maker Star maker Dream breaker – Starmaker by Fame Factory
  • mamet
  • manet
  • marked
  • market
  • meat The meat I have brought for Mark."
  • medea Gower had ability in story-telling, as is shown by the tales about Medea and the knight Florent; but he lacked Chaucer's dramatic skill and humor.
  • meed For the moment his voice was utterly useless and he prayed helplessly for a meed of self-control that might aid him to gain a sane footing.
  • meek Then Evangeline said, and her voice was meek and submissive, "Let me remain with thee, for my soul is sad and afflicted."
  • meet But she was to meet him.
  • melt Twemlow took it in his broad brown palm, in which it seemed to melt away, firm though it was and muscular.
  • merged Pleasure, splendour, ambition, all are merged into one great and eternal thought, and that is you!
  • merit It has this merit in common with the opposite theory of no inspiration.
  • meter For these wise and noble personages have constantly strengthened me and with most lucid reasons determined me to place no value upon that music which makes it impossible to understand the words and thus to destroy the unity and meter, sometimes lengthening the syllables, sometimes shortening them in order to suit the counterpoint-a real mangling of the poetry-but to hold fast to that principle so greatly extolled by Plato and other philosophers: 'Let music be first of all language and rhythm and secondly tone,' but not vice versa, and moreover to strive to force music into the consciousness of the hearer and create there those impressions so admirable and so much praised by the ancients, and to produce which modern music through its counterpoint is impotent.
  • midget Why, that's a long way back, when I was a mere midget.
  • mike Ol' Mike Hogan is another mimber.
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  • musket
  • Eked
  • Meant
  • Met
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  • Meted
  • Mewed
  • Mocked
  • makes
  • MOET
  • meeker
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