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  • mad He's a splendid good fellow to have a game; never gets mad, you know."
  • maid The master could not close his eyes any more than the maid or the mistress. Nor shall he be laid By that cross Old Maid, Miss Penelope Bird, of whom it is said All the dogs in the Parish were always afraid. – Cynotaph, The by Richard Harris Barham
  • main Tobacco, after 1616, speedily became the main interest of Virginia, and without tobacco it must have gone down. no lava run down the main no prisoner to detained and no dog fi chain love alone man hafi maintain – Serenity by gentleman
  • maine Also in the north, a store house was put up on the Kennebec River, where Augusta, the capital city of Maine, should afterward arise. Three children on the coast of maine Her life was in a hurricane – My Dream Girl (Don't Exist) by neutral milk hotel
  • man Demetrius stretched his limbs with a feeling of relief and satisfaction; then he rose, and seeing his city agent seated just behind the girl, he begged him to change places with him, as he thought it advisable not to lose sight of the game now it was caught; the old man was very ready to oblige him and went up to the other seat with a meaning smile.
  • mane When Lawyer Tidwell thought that the negroes were near enough to hear everything that was said, he rose from his seat on the stile, and impressively shook his leonine mane. Tenbrooks was a big bay horse, he wore that shaggy mane. Run all round Memphis, he beat the Memphis train. – Molly and Tenbrooks by Marley's Ghost
  • manet And again we must recognise in Renouard the example of Degas and Manet.
  • mann DIE SICH EIN REICHER MANN MIT SEINEM GELD NICHT KAUFEN KANN – Kleine Dinge Des Lebens by Patrick Lindner
  • manned
  • manta
  • many
  • mead
  • mean
  • meander
  • mend
  • mid
  • mien
  • min
  • mind
  • minder
  • mine
  • mined
  • ming
  • mini
  • mint
  • moan
  • mound
  • viand During the last four or live years a few spirited English noblemen have made the experiment of breeding foreign deer in their parks, and have obtained such a decided success, that it may be hoped their example will induce others to follow in a course which will eventually give to England's rural scenery a new element of beauty, and to English tables a fresh viand of the choicest character.
  • And And that is why I must speak to you.
  • Ind Come along, Maj and Wah, foh it does seem powahful like's ef de trouble had jest 'bout come to an ind.
  • Mains The water is pumped from the river or lake into a reservoir and then flows by gravity into mains and from the mains into the buildings.
  • Maned
  • Maud I want them every one, please, from Sarah Maud to Baby Larry.
  • Meant
  • Moaned
  • Mandy Mandy slept noisily beside her.
  • Mindy
  • Miranda
  • Minty
  • Mani
  • minds
  • MINN
  • Minot
  • mayn't
  • after-effect And yet he does not keep worrying about it and wondering if it will have some dangerous after-effect.
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