What is the correct spelling for MOK?

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Correct spellings for MOK

  • amok We felt very proud, and now he has the Victoria Cross, because 'At the battle of Khartoum Captain Smyth galloped forward and attacked an Arab who had run amok among the camp-followers.
  • mo So now he entered the shop, leaving Phineas and Mo outside.
  • mob "Maybe," Mr. Doutfire agreed, in the tone of one who could say more if he chose, "young swell-mob, I reckon.
  • mock He stood aside with mock gallantry to let her pass.
  • mod Competition rules do not require mod bikes to have any gears.
  • mom Yes, says he proudly, yes, mom .
  • mon Mon Rafe was a man!
  • monk The monk looked on quietly.
  • moo On persuasion, and more especially if the interview should take place at a street-corner on a windy March day, he will repeat the "moo-moos" and "quack-quacks" even more successfully than before, and he will wonder in what way they fall short of perfection, since he earns no praise.
  • mop Oh, weep all you wish-he is there with the mop .
  • mot The waltz was introduced about this time at Paris by Frenchmen returning from Germany, which gave occasion to the mot that the French had annexed even the national dance of the Germans.
  • mow Then she sate down with us at the table to colour the matter: in the meant season the young man covered in the mow , could not forbeare sneesing, by reason of the smoake of the brymstone.
  • wok
  • Moe Moe eyed Jimmy Holden.
  • Mos MOS: O, sir, you are he; No man can sever you.
  • MK American Mk 6 mines had been used for the deeper water portions of the World War I mine barrage.
  • MOI Well, at all events he is a very agreeable, unaffected young man: and, by the by, Borodaile, you will meet him chez moi to-day; you know you dine with me?