What is the correct spelling for MOINT?
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Correct spellings for MOINT
- mind Miss Lestrange won't mind, I know."
- mint Given a clear beef soup, a slice of fresh-boiled salmon, a bit of spring lamb with mint sauce, some green pease and fresh potatoes, a salad of lettuce, or sliced tomatoes, or potatoes with a bit of onion, and you have a dinner fit for a Brillat-Savarin; or vary it with a pair of boiled chickens, and a jardiniere made of all the pease, beans, potatoes, cauliflower, fresh beets, of the day before, simply treated to a bath of vinegar and oil and pepper and salt.
- moist Add a glass of white wine, and sufficient warm water to keep the ingredients moist.
- monet An unceasing production, and an almost unvarying degree of excellence, has placed Monet at the head of the school; his pictures command high prices, and nothing goes now with the erudite American but Monet's landscapes.
- monte He saw, further, that Monte had come a step nearer and had stopped.
- mound Later in the day the enemy came back in strength and, after violent efforts, succeeded in thrusting the Canadians off the crest of this old mound of cinders, though they still cling to the western side.
- mount Mount your horses," he shouted to his men, "and we'll be off out of this!"
- point 2646. Is there any other point you wish to speakto?
- Meant He had meant well.
- Mont To ward off the advancing Prussian pressure just so long as would permit him to carry the Mont St Jean was his most desperate need.
- Monty Nothin' 'll happen to Monty.
- joint Joint action was, however, declined by Lord Strangford, the representative of England, and the Porte was encouraged by the attitude of this politician to treat the threats of Strogonoff with indifference.