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Correct spellings for MEWERE

  • beware But beware of bringing them very near to each other.
  • mare He was turning the land for his first crop, and when he heard that cry, left the mare in her tracks, the rope lines trailing beside her.
  • meagre His not having done so is of a piece with his silence about Buffon, Erasmus Darwin, and Lamarck in the early editions of the "Origin of Species," and with the meagre reference to them which is alone found in the later ones.
  • mere And the mere fact of staying at the same hotel can make no difference to either of us.
  • merry Well, married we were, and very merry were we that day.
  • metre So with the metre slightly changed it appeared in Punch on May 23rd.
  • mire "I have thrashed the scoundrel who would have dragged my sister in the mire could he have had his way.
  • moire Lucrezia, Little Grand, and all the rest of the universe vanished from my mind at the lightning of that angel smile and the rustle of that moire-antique dress.
  • moore We'll get him yet, Mr. Moore!
  • more There was more on the girl's mind than that.
  • mower I'll borrow a team from one and a plow from another; the man who can't spare either can lend me a mower.
  • rewire
  • ware We can turn this stitch into a ware And send that old devil back to hell Your back's not straight like before You really shouldn't care in me no more – Couldn't Care Less by The Cardigans
  • where Can make your's bleed a tear, Or pierce it any where; – THE WOUNDED HEART by Robert Herrick
  • wire Gets strangled by the wire And you crash while running blind Destroyed by love, love like fire Love like fire – Love Like Fire by Billy Idol
  • Mewed "Dearest, he seems to me so different from the others," mewed Lady Laura.
  • Wore That arch-angelic Hierarch, the first Of essences angelical, who wore The aspect of a god; but this ne'er nursed Pride in his heavenly bosom, in whose core – Vision of Judgment, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • Were As nigh the place arryved were As men may casten with a spere. – House Of Fame, The by Geoffrey Chaucer
  • meowed He meowed for more.
  • mowers "He's been runnin' lawn mowers all summer," observed Jim reflectively.
  • we're "An' we're wastin' time.
  • more always
  • limited choice
  • quota system
  • affirmative-action
  • affix a date to
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