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  • bake Bake, very slowly, tightly covered.
  • cake She knew that she was making poor progress with her cake.
  • fake Nowadays a man in a fringed buckskin shirt is generally a fake built to deceive tourists.
  • hake Both these were formerly considered very good hake grounds but, while still good, are not as profitable for hake fishing as in past years.
  • image And you're his living image; but he had neither wife nor child."
  • lake In every case show what they modify: 1. The water lay smooth in the lake.
  • mac The noise of the passing train had scarcely died away, when from just behind them the hideous shriek of Mac Alarney's motor-horn rose blastingly three times upon the night air, the last fainter than the others, as if the pursuing car had dropped back.
  • mace Cook until thick, stirring constantly, take from the fire, add one egg well-beaten, a teaspoonful of tomato catsup, and mace and pepper to season.
  • mack "An' Mack wint with him.
  • made "I've made him talk about it.
  • mag What was the good of becoming expert if it only put one where Mag was?
  • magi It was the scheme of my very good and careful mother; for which I have been very sincerely writing her a letter with more thanks than words; and of the wise Sir Arthur; who, wise though he be, is not one of the magi.
  • make I can't make out what he says."
  • maker He finds out what works, and what does not work, and so develops his moral and spiritual muscles, training himself for his task as maker of life.
  • male The male classes will be considered in connection with the cross that follows.
  • mane He took offence, and retorted-'What did I mane by an Irishman?
  • marc When he was in the field, Madame Dessalines remained at home, on their estate near Saint Marc.
  • mare The boy was mounted on Colonel Wallifarro's saddle mare, and the girl on a high-headed four-year-old from the same stable.
  • marge In a minute or two the sun, whose glowing marge already peeped above the low hills of France, would top the horizon.
  • mark We'd make a fine mark through the window."
  • marker The bit is just the marker of that gravitational field.
  • mate Whatever was his exact meaning, the mate and four other men who remained evidently agreed with him, from what they were shortly saying to one another.
  • maze Sometimes I think that life's like that-a maze, Winny.
  • meager Now all his life was visible, and the straight, meager path had its ending soon enough.
  • meek I had none at all, and declared my passion within a few weeks after I knew you, but when I did it, you only looked at me in meek surprise.
  • mickey She thought it might be her father or Mickey the hired man, or both.
  • mike Accordingly, when, two years later, Jim was born, Mike took him in charge.
  • mock We confront this everlasting mystery, this everlasting terror; and it is not becoming that you should mock.
  • mocker Then we drop from the heights atmospheric To Herrick, Or we pour the Greek honey, grown blander, Of Landor, Or our cosiest nook in the shade is Where Praed is, Or we toss the light bells of the mocker With Locker.
  • muck A dozen feet of muck and water lay over it.
  • murk A man may be within a few doors of his home, yet grope hopelessly through the murk to find the well-worn threshold.
  • rake I told thee once, that though a rake, I am not a rake's friend.
  • remake For the moment, heedless of the future and lavish of their silk, they remake their web nightly, even though it be none too much dilapidated and might well serve again.
  • sake I remember; he took it for the sake of this letter upon it.
  • smoke I shall smoke another cigar.
  • take 6491. Where do you take them to?
  • wake But how be sure he should not wake them?
  • Madge Madge repeated her former suggestion.
  • Jake "But, Jake, you can tell me.
  • Mamie Despite Stearns' protest the "chemist" was urged to mix him a Mamie, Fatty finally becoming silenced in meek submission.
  • McKay At length a Citizens' Committee was organized, 100 men at first, which grew to 1,000, and even 10,000, Mr. McKay says.
  • Mae His eyes were fixed on Mae, now.
  • Maj In 1832, he recrossed the river with most of the warriors of the tribes, and defeated Maj.
  • Mickie Meanwhile Mrs. O'Brion went home and Mickie waited at the door.
  • makes That makes all things easy.
  • MK The Barracuda Mk IV never left the drawing board; the next and final variant was the Barracuda Mk V, in which the Merlin powerplant was replaced with the Rolls-Royce Griffon.
  • MME "We're going to have a lovely one, just like one that Mme.
  • meeker Mr. Fox looked meeker than ever, and he was very humble and polite.
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