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- bummer The injured dog quickly recovered and within days was following Bummer as he made his begging rounds in the streets.
- dormer In this especial one the ceiling had fallen away, or been removed by some former prisoner; nothing but plain boards intercepted a passage to the unoccupied attic-story, where dormer windows opened on to the shingle roof.
- farmer "I have turned farmer," said our hero.
- former The former will become stronger, the latter more sweet.
- hummer It's going to be a hummer.
- marker The marker, alone, was in possession of the Club and in his office, when Dalton arrived, so that the meeting was undisturbed.
- mercer But when I got back to the hall, Dr. Mercer made me return and make sure that you had got to see the Professor.
- merger With my support, the merger would be smooth and friendly.
- mesmer Readers interested in the known facts concerning the "master-mind, the thinker, the explorer, the creator," the forerunner of Mesmer and even of Darwin and Wallace, who began life with the sounding appellation "Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus ab Hohenheim", should consult Browning's own learned appendical note, and Mr. Berdoe's interesting essay in the Browning Society Papers, No. 49. - Paracelsus, his friends Festus and his wife Michal, and Aprile, an Italian poet, are the characters who are the personal media through which Browning's already powerful genius found expression.
- mime By her mime Hawksworth concluded she was describing some aspect of Lord Shiva.
- mourner But she neither glanced at it nor yet heard the voice of the hired mourner repeating his caution.
- mugger Mugger crocodiles breed in between February and April.
- muller "Show it," and he turned again to Muller.
- mum "You may call it what you like, sir," cried Cook sharply; "and you too, mum," she continued, turning to Mrs Doctor, "and give me my month, or distant ismissal if you like."
- mummery A poor girl of noble birth who had entered religion and taken her vows, when a gallant appears, meets her secretly in the convent garden, promises to marry her if she will fly with him, indeed does go through some mummery of marriage with her-so she says-and the rest of it.
- firmer If art has no firmer foundation than that, if it is not eternal, then it is utterly useless.