What is the correct spelling for MERRAIGE?

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Correct spellings for MERRAIGE

  • barrage It was a trying time for the officers who saw the barrage of our guns getting away ahead.
  • carriage When the carriage stopped they were quite surprised.
  • marriage Marriage with two would be of necessity marriage with none.
  • menage It might get noised about that the Pontelliers had met with reverses, and were forced to conduct their menage on a humbler scale than heretofore.
  • merge And we then to watch alway as we journeyed, and to see how that the vague shudderings of light did grow in the distance of the night, and did merge and become known presently in a strange uplifting and falling of a far away blue flame.
  • merrily I have had two or three pipes there lately," he added merrily.
  • message There must some other message have come.
  • mirage Hopefully, he suggested, "A mirage or sort of a mutual hallucination?"
  • moraine Yes: the sound had come from there, for the pile had toppled over and lay in a long moraine across the entrance gate.
  • murrain Soon there was scarcely a county in which some of the Quorum did not smile contemptuously when an old woman was brought before them for riding on broomsticks or giving cattle the murrain.
  • peerage Peers are also excluded; and this is true even of those Scotch peers who, not having been chosen among the sixteen representatives of the peerage of Scotland, have no right to sit in the House of Lords.
  • Merrick Alan Merrick drank it in with profound satisfaction.
  • Merrill "Herr Merrill, you are all righd.
  • Merritt "Well, for the land's sake," said Cecilia Merritt feebly, as she tied on her gingham sunbonnet.
  • Marriages We rode on too fast to allow of his playing it, as I have seen him do on horseback many a time, when coming from marriages or wakes, where he was consequently in great request.
  • merrier But that is on account of the shortcomings of language, and it is hard to make young readers suffer by starving them of fun, because the power of words is less absolute than the power of fancy in its merrier mood.
  • Merriam Pat and the doctor swung to their backs the packs wherein were the supplies and dishes, and they were off, the doctor in the lead, Mrs. Merriam next, then Sparrer, Hal, Upton and Pat in the rear to keep the tenderfeet from straggling and to pull them out of the snow, he explained.

194 words made from the letters MERRAIGE