What is the correct spelling for MISSIE?
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Correct spellings for MISSIE
- mass The Zaimph shone a mass of rays.
- massive This is the Main Entrance to the Old Fort, Built Into the Massive Wall.
- mess You-you will only make a mess of it.
- miser The secret of that treasure made the throne worth plotting for-gave the priests, who shared the secret, more than nine tenths of their power for blackmail, pressure, and intrigue-and grew, like a cancer, into each succeeding Rajah's mind until, from a man with a soul inside him he became in turn a heartless, fear ridden miser .
- miss "I was Miss Flippet!
- missed She had never known, therefore never missed , a father's love and care.
- missile "Hold everything you've got on him, and watch closely for anything that might be a missile ," I said.
- missing You've got the missing part; you found it in Sir Horace's hand after he was murdered.
- missive Manston's missive , after a mere glance, was thrown amongst the summarily rejected ones.
- missy However, missy , don't you worry your head about it-nothing for you to be frightened about."
- misuse You shall not stay here for that ruffian to abuse and misuse you.
- moss As he was on the point of retracing his steps toward the road, his gaze fell upon a huge moss -covered rock less than a hundred yards away.
- muss "Ye're a durned fule, an' a thunderin' pig-headed fule ez well," we heard the captain say to the other, as he came up the companion, roaring back behind him; "but, jest to show ye how thunderin' big a fule ye air, I'll jest let ye hev y'r own way-though, mind ye, if the ship comes to grief, ye'll hev to bear all the muss ."
- Massey Mr. Massey , although for the greater part of his life also a resident of Brooklyn, was of Jefferson County stock, a brother of Hart and of Solon Massey .
- Maisie "Maisie White," said Stafford.