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- emery But first tell me where thou hast left Robinson and Emery , for the lives of our comrades, however humble, are of more value to us than even the sorely needed victuals."
- mara Mrs. Mara and I were right.
- mare The mare she was right swift o' foot, She did na fail to find the way; For she was at Lochmaben gate, A lang three hours before the day.
- mari Lucretius resolves it into self-love:- 'Suave mari magno,' etc.
- marry It is that I never will marry .
- mary Then my sister Mary , cried out: 'Here's Tony!
- mercy Mercy is the exercise of less severity than one deserves, or in a more extended sense, the granting of kindness or favor beyond what one may rightly claim. Grace is favor, kindness, or blessing shown to the undeserving; forgiveness, mercy , and pardon are exercised toward the ill-deserving. Pardon remits the outward penalty which the offender deserves; forgiveness dismisses resentment or displeasure from the heart of the one offended; mercy seeks the highest possible good of the offender. There may be mercy without pardon, as in the mitigation of sentence, or in all possible alleviation of necessary severity; there may be cases where pardon would not be mercy , since it would encourage to repetition of the offense, from which timely punishment might have saved. Mercy is also used in the wider sense of refraining from harshness or cruelty toward those who are in one's power without fault of their own; as, they besought the robber to have mercy . Clemency is a colder word than mercy , and without its religious associations, signifying mildness and moderation in the use of power where severity would have legal or military, rather than moral sanction; it often denotes a habitual mildness of disposition on the part of the powerful, and is matter rather of good nature or policy than of principle. Leniency or lenity denotes an easy-going avoidance of severity; these words are more general and less magisterial than clemency; we should speak of the leniency of a parent, the clemency of a conqueror. Compare PITY.
- mere It is not that we are at such a loss to forgive poor Sally Graythorpe as a mere human creature we know nothing about.
- merely I understand you perfectly, my Lord; you merely thought that they would be, or, at least, ought to be.
- merit Is this wretch indu'd With any merit worth a thousand crownes?
- merry I don't ask for a lot of money, but-I would like enough so that I could have some swell clothes, and-so that I could eat, drink, and be merry with the boys.
- mire His white lily should never go through the mire of a divorce court, nor must lack of money stand between her and the man of her choice.
- miro Finally he alighted and conferred with Colonel Miro , his chief of staff.
- miry It is a painful spectacle; how different, how strangely altered, from the upright frame and the swift stride that struggled through the miry lane, perhaps even then bearing the seeds of disease imbibed in some foul village den, where duty called him!
- moray "'The Bonnie Earl o' Moray ?
- more What more do I want?
- murray In the meanwhile Corporal Slaney sauntered into the general room of the hotel, where Murray and several others were then sitting smoking.
- very 9294. Mr. Henderson's shop is not very far from where you live?
- Mira Another daughter made the same query, and I had the answer, "yes," ready, but it seemed a hard study again to recollect the name Mira .
- Moro The news proved true, for the Moro chief landed a great army on the shore of the Bay of Batangas, and his fierce followers, with fire and sword, started north to lay waste the country.
- Myra He saw himself on his first leave in London, when he found that Myra was growing less restive under his absence, when he felt proud to think that she was learning the lesson of sacrifice and how to bear up under it.
- MERES That meant for me only beautiful green marshes, a number of vividly interesting meres upon the course of its stream, and a wealth of gigantic oaks.