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  • mad "Quite mad," he repeated.
  • masthead More frivolous are very diminutive bridesmaid's hats, and at the wedding of a bride who is going to travel far away there may be small boats, either real or of cardboard, with a flying flag of matrimony at the masthead.
  • math They asked me if I was good at math and could I figure it out for them.
  • mead So the women gathered honey and from it they made mead.
  • meade 48 Wild Kitty, L. T. Meade.
  • meat In 1870, the year that Mouat failed in business, I gave my fish to James Smith, because I saw I could not live for want of meal, and therefore I and some others were determined to give our fish where we could get both meat and money; and for doing so, Mouat served me with a summons.
  • med Little Fay hastily put up her hands to her head to be sure her bonnet was in its place, then she inquired with great interest: "What's 'is place, deah Med?"
  • meed Had he been so wounded, he could have purred contentedly while accepting the genuine hero's meed of homage and consolation.
  • meshed A woman of his own race, however wooed and won, would have been content to accept the usual status of whisperer from behind the close-meshed screens.
  • methadone
  • methane Out there, near Saturn, clusters of particles of frozen methane gas are floating free like tiny meteors.
  • method What method shall you use?
  • methyl The methyl alcohol may be recovered with very little loss by distillation; it is, however, impracticable to attempt to recover any methyl red from the residue, owing to the tarry nature of the by-product.
  • moth The grey wood of the cart and the ladies' white hats and dresses, and the natives' white robes and the grey white sand and white oxen, all blended into a very pretty moth-like harmony; and overhead the sky was mat blue with many solemn stars twinkling.
  • myth "That's part of the myth about me, I know," Katharine replied.
  • thud Just before the breeze came creeping up from the river again, thud-thud-thud was borne to their ears.
  • Met What have you been doing since we met?
  • Mete Should we then expect more justice from Nature than we mete out to animals?
  • Meted He reported the matter to me, as he was required to do, and I meted out such punishment as the offense merited.
  • Mouthed Mr. Silk gazed at her, open-mouthed.
  • That 2113. How much of that did you get in money?
  • Martha Martha was very lovely in appearance, and very devoted to her step-grandfather, and he, apparently, to her.
  • Thad Acres, Thad Bailey, and the other merchants remained bitterly faithful to the square.
  • methods What their future methods or their plans may be I think no man can tell.
  • administration The Assembly then in session, which, when elected, had been favorable to the administration of Jackson, faltered in their faith, instructed the senators in Congress to vote for a restoration of the deposits, and on the resignation of Mr. Rives, who upheld the policy of the administration, elected Mr. Leigh in his stead.
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