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Correct spelling for MIFE

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Possible correct spellings for mife

  • Life(Definition of life)
  • This is the life!"

  • Mine(Definition of mine)
  • Your taking them will prove that you harbour no unkindness towards me or mine."

  • Wife(Definition of wife)
  • My dear wife, not thinking of me, had ordered ducklings.

  • Rife(Definition of rife)
  • To whom he answered certes sir i thank you for your gentle offer, and at your request i wil proceed in my tale, but first i will sweare unto you by the light of this sunne that shineth here, that those things shall be true, least when you come to the next city called thessaly, you should doubt any thing of that which is rife in the mouthes of every person, and done before the face of all men.

  • Mite(Definition of mite)
  • Why, that man we braced up to and asked where was britt's boarding house, he seemed to have so much of his own business on his mind that he wasn't wondering a mite what our business with britt might be."

  • Miff(Definition of miff)
  • Feeling sure that the little dog, unaccustomed, perhaps, to be left alone in a strange place, was merely anxious to be free, i at once went to my room-door and opened it. dumps bounced out, and danced joyfully round me. mrs miff fled in deadly silence to her own bedroom, where she locked and bolted herself in.

  • Mice(Definition of Mice)
  • I loved thee better than i loved my grammar - i used to wonder why the mice were blind, and who was gardener to mistress mary, and what-i don't know still-was meant by "quite contrary"?

  • Mile(Definition of mile)
  • When the girls were within a quarter of a mile of the house where they were guests, they finally got out of the sleigh.

  • Mime(Definition of mime)
  • In answer to a few questions, he rapidly adds that he has slain mime and the dragon, has tasted its blood, and brandishes aloft the glittering sword which has done him good service and which he has welded himself.

  • Fife(Definition of fife)
  • "that will be easy for sallie, for she has been expressing need of people in her fife as long as she has been living it," i answered with a good-natured laugh, though i would have liked to have that interview with the dominie myself.

  • Mike
  • Mike nodded and went gayly into the house for warm water and the clothes.

  • Mire(Definition of mire)
  • Thus i fared on past my grand-uncle's house; there i beheld from afar a lighted lantern, as it were a glow-worm at midsummer, moving along the street, and when i perceived that it was none other than old henneleinlein who carried it, i put my horse, which till now had been wading through the mire step by step, to a swift gallop, as fast as he might go, and the servingman behind me, passing close by her.

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