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  • amount 5551. What is generally the amount of the balance against you at the end of the year?
  • count Still, it's not going to count for much.
  • fount For true satisfaction of the heart, there must be a fount of sympathy from which to draw in all the vicissitudes of life.
  • mint Flowers terminal, white, verticillate, with the characteristics of the mint family.
  • moment At least for the moment.
  • monet The relation of a wall to the sky which he observes so finely seem as if deliberately contrived for the suppression of all atmosphere; and we miss in Monet the delicacy and the mystery which are the charm of Corot.
  • monte He turned a little and, 'taking his time,' as Monte was doing, answered True's fire.
  • moult The exit of the family is performed in a single group and, this time, before the moult, perhaps for lack of the space necessary for the delicate casting of the skin.
  • mound He knew his strength was spending rapidly; and when it seemed as if he could not take another step, he stumbled, and fell against a mound of sand.
  • mount It was so long that one might well mount his horse to go the length of it, instead of walking.
  • mounter
  • mountie
  • remount Jacques Vienkes, who had the direction of it, joined his captain immediately afterward, and prepared to make a second attack on the fish when it should remount to the surface.
  • Demount
  • Meant That was what papa meant then.
  • Mont He sent word back up the road to stop the reinforcements that were still upon their way to join him at Quatre Bras, and to turn them round again up the Brussels road, the way they had come, until they should reach the ridge of the Mont St Jean, just in front of the village of Waterloo, where he had determined to stand.
  • Monty The Squire he was after Monty, hot foot.
  • mounts A man's stock mounts up to a large amount of money when it comes to be turned into cash.
  • mayn't Dear Uncle St. Bernard, mayn't I go down and help him?"