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  • Marriage(Definition of marriage)
  • 282; plan for her marriage, 283; married, 290; refuses to reign alone, vii.

  • Madrid
  • The cause of this cold is that madrid is the highest town in europe.

  • Parried
  • Then he dealt a magnificent quarte, and when the other parried it, followed with the tierce, and this being warded off, gave with the speed of lightning a side-thrust such as only he can deal.

  • Maraud(Definition of maraud)
  • Their paint proclaims it. there is the skin fillet around the temples, with the eagle plumes stuck behind it. the bare breasts and arms; the buckskin breech-clouts- everything in the shape of sign by which these ishmaelites of texas may be recognised, when out upon the maraud.

  • Mired(Definition of mired)
  • One day we have full view of the delectable mountains, on another day we are mired in the slough of despond.

  • Marred(Definition of marred)
  • 15. marred, interrupted, spoiled.

  • Marries
  • 79, 80; king of naples, 86; marries mary, ib.

  • Harried(Definition of harried)
  • Soon, too, the besieged saw signs of harried fields and the smoke of burning farms, and began to realize that a victorious army was approaching.

  • Tarried
  • And yet i dream, or i remember how, before i came here, while i tarried yet among the friends they tell me to forget, i never seemed to seek thee, but i found thou wert in all the loveliness around, and most of all in hearts that loved me well.

  • Myriad(Definition of myriad)
  • Mrs. symonds' was one of the myriad little schemes with which dublin is honeycombed, and although she received mrs. scully's familiarities somewhat coldly, she kept her eyes fixed upon violet.

  • Married(Definition of married)
  • I oughtn't ever to have married-i'm not up to it."

  • Marauded
  • General curtis made a promenade across arkansas, halting at times, and came out on the mississippi in july, 1862. while price kept southwest missouri in a state of alarm, jefferson thompson, appointed by governor jackson brigadier-general and commander of district, marauded over southeastern missouri, sometimes raiding far enough to the north to strike and damage railways.

  • Marie
  • I could not believe that it was marie ivanovna.

  • Marat(Definition of marat)
  • Marat had been roused by the woman's sharp voice.

  • Carried
  • Henrietta, in paris, whither all news was quickly carried, thought with her usual hopefulness that at last, at the darkest hour, the day was dawning.

  • Remarried
  • The remarriage of widows is nominally prohibited, but frequently occurs, and remarried widows are relegated to the inferior social groups in each subcaste as already described.

  • Marauder(Definition of marauder)
  • Often the talk was disturbed by shriek of shell or bomb of midnight zeppelin marauder.

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