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- codify Some states have attempted to codify the entire civil law, but experience has proved that this may easily render the law too rigid.
- edify His whole activity is a seeking for causes; and in the very act of undertaking to "humble reason" he proceeds to instruct and re-edify it by endless corrective comparison of facts.
- midi Bears are still met with, it is said, in the vast forests about the foot of the Midi , but they are shy and scarce.
- mod There was a mod revival in the United Kingdom in the late 1970s, which attempted to replicate the "scooter" period look and styles of the early to mid 1960s.
- mode "But what mode of livelihood would you prefer?
- modified A mother, just parted from her child, recalls his form and face, summons before her mind's eye an image of him; and this image is modified by her feelings, she seeing him in attitudes and relations in which she had never seen him before, cheerful or sad according to her mood.
- modifier When the term tibiofibular articulation is used without a modifier , it refers to the proximal, not the distal (i.
- modify Some remarks of Mr. R. Taylor, in the Introduction to his edition of Tooke's Diversions of Purley, modify this view.
- mollify Well, there is in that something which might indeed mollify me.
- moodily "It's difficult to know what justice is in this world," David said moodily .
- moody Neale walked to his lodgings tired and thoughtful and moody .
- mortify It is said that my grandfather wept when he parted with his son, feeling that he should see him no more; yet so strong was his religion, or rather his superstition, that he did not hesitate to send him away, though for no reason save that he would mortify his own love and flesh, offering his son for a sacrifice as Abraham would have offered Isaac.
- motif They draw large salaries and too frequently they have to act in long running plays, that are made up of smartish wit and cheapest cynicism-mere froth and frivolity, while the effective smashing of the Seventh Commandment has been for so long a time the principal motif of both drama and farce, that one cannot wonder much at the general tone of flippancy prevailing among the theatrical people of to-day.
- modifies But even if the former phrase is right and the thing conceivable, here is no instance of it; for "of" here modifies no verb, adjective, or adverb.
- motifs Brussels adopted the needle-made motifs and grounds of Italy, and produced perhaps her finest lace, weaving her beautiful designs and outlines on the pillow, and afterwards filling the spaces with needle-made jours and brides, as in Point d'Angleterre.