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  • mail Yesterday we had a big mail-great rejoicing.
  • mall Friends who nodded to him, as he walked along Piccadilly, down Saint James's Street, and by Pall Mall, citywards, thought he had just been listening to an amusing story.
  • mil Mil. Ah, Dick!
  • mile Half a mile beyond them arose a third larger one.
  • mill Coming in sight of Wades Mill in Hertfordshire, I sat down disconsolate on the turf by the roadside and held my horse.
  • milo Maro was victor in the foot race, but Lysander presented himself, amidst the shouts of the spectators, as the opponent of Milo!
  • moil Only take these sordid worries off her shoulders, and give her what she needs, and don't let her toil and moil.
  • moll Moll leapt to her feet on the instant.
  • mull He instructed me then in this way: I was to go in alone and order for my friend outside a pint of "mull and bitter, in a tankard."
  • swill For variety a ration called 'Burgoo,' was prepared several times a week, consisting of mouldy oatmeal and water, boiled in two great Coppers, and served out in tubs, like swill to swine.
  • twill There was the man in the exquisite gray twill, harnessing Judge Van Dorn and Market Street to his will; and there was Grant Adams in faded overalls, harnessing labor to other wheels that were grinding another grist.
  • wall "We must lay this Jonah Wall by the heels.
  • weill Lordingis, quha likis for till her, 445 The Romanys now begynnys her, Off men that war in gret distres, And assayit full gret hardynes, Or thai mycht cum till thar entent: Bot syne our Lord sic grace thaim sent, 450 That thai syne, throw thar gret valour, Come till gret hycht, and till honour, Magre thair fayis evirilkane, That war sa fele, that ay for ane Off thaim thai war weill a thowsand.
  • well Well, going to do?
  • wile Jean, now that the crisis had arrived, used her woman's wile, rather than the harsher but perhaps less effective weapons of a man.
  • will What will you do with this, if I'll give it to you?
  • wily
  • We'll "An' it's home we'll be goin' at wanst.
  • Willy
  • Willa
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