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  • berried I wants to go there and be berried.
  • derrida The Fate of Art: Aesthetic Alienation from Kant to Derrida and Adorno.
  • madrid Meineck had risen to the rank of colonel; his wife meanwhile had tramped all over the map with her daughters, from Madrid to Constantinople, to collect historical material for all sorts of projected essays.
  • marred But in their effort to mend the language, our legislators assuredly marred the music.
  • married Oh, you're a married woman then, and have a family of your own.
  • merit The only merit you appear to recognize in poetry is that which is beyond the pale of every law.
  • mermaid If you would play the mermaid fair, why such I'd have you be; But we're too old to take that part-my faithful wife and me; Some folks may be who ocean waves are fitted to command, But we've concluded we was built expressly for the land.
  • merrily She laughed again, so merrily that Harry laughed, too.
  • merry What a merry half hour we three passed together, and how rapidly the time flew!
  • mired Rained, sir, till our trains and guns were mired, and we couldn't budge!
  • myriad He placed a chair by a window, where he could watch the myriad lights of the city, and tried to appraise the new sphere in which he found himself.
  • serried The speaker nodded towards a sombre pile of ivy-grown mason-work-in the centre of which could be seen a massive gate, its serried rails just discernible under the tall chestnuts, that in double row shadowed the avenue beyond.
  • Erred We shall observe how much he erred for want of information, and how natural for his successors to copy him.
  • Ferried I tell you this: do you and your wife keep watch in the boat all night, and when he comes, and you have ferried him into mid-stream, where he cannot escape, then throw your net over him and hold him till he pays you for all your ferryings."
  • Merrick So it seems that in the estimation of these two M. D.'s, Dr. Merrick and Newkirk, insanity is indicated by the action of the pulse instead of the mind!
  • Merrill Coyote Pete, as angular, rangy and sinewy as ever, gazed as intently in the same direction as the lad, Jack Merrill, himself.
  • Merritt Herring, Merritt, and others of the same class were really terrified, and took on dreadfully, predicting all sorts of dreadful things, and declared that they were fools to have taken this voyage, and that they would never undertake another.
  • merrier All was done for them quite gratuitously on his part, and no laugh was merrier than his.
  • Merriam Dr. Merriam has made a special study of the gopher, and in speaking of the strange habit of running backwards, he says that even in carrying food to one of his barns or storehouses the gopher rarely turns round but usually runs backwards and forwards, over and over again like a shuttle on its track.

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