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Correct spelling for MMONOID

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Possible correct spellings for mmonoid

  • Method(Definition of method)
  • Those who believe this method to be impracticable would do well to ponder over the akali movement.

  • Mad(Definition of mad)
  • "you will think me mad.

  • Ammonoid
  • Ammonitida is an order of more highly evolved ammonoid cephalopods that lived from the jurassic through cretaceous time periods, commonly with intricate ammonitic sutures.

  • Monday(Definition of monday)
  • Is their company worth that of your aunt ehrenschwand to whose home we go every monday?

  • Met(Definition of Met)
  • Have you not met her yet?

  • Meat(Definition of meat)
  • And always as he went, panting up and ploughing down, the steep slopes, his eyes were keen for meat, be it douglas squirrel or bear.

  • Meant(Definition of Meant)
  • Think what that meant!

  • Mood(Definition of mood)
  • Then my mood passed, or i shook myself clear of it.

  • Mode(Definition of mode)
  • Soon after this the old duke sent for odo, and asked him how his present mode of life agreed with his tastes.

  • Mount(Definition of mount)
  • I wonder if there will be any mail from the folk at mount morris.

  • Made(Definition of made)
  • Then they made it better.

  • Mind(Definition of mind)
  • An' don't you mind, videy, how we both on us cried when they put us to bed, 'cause we was afeard the ceilin' would fall down on us?

  • Month(Definition of month)
  • During a whole month little heartsease was mortally sick, and she was given many nasty medicines which she drank without complaining.

  • Meet(Definition of meet)
  • My darling, good-by until we meet in heaven.

  • Mouth(Definition of mouth)
  • Grauffis looked at him, his mouth slightly open.

  • Minute(Definition of minute)
  • In another minute he had stopped.

  • Mud(Definition of mud)
  • Mud is two feet deep in places.

  • Math(Definition of math)
  • Computer engineering programs tend to resemble computer science at the lower division with similar introductory programming and math courses, but diverges from computer science at the upper division with heavy electrical engineering requirements (e.

  • Moment(Definition of moment)
  • Selene had said not a word that permitted his using her as a model; but, as if his enthusiasm was infectious, she remained motionless, and when, as he worked, his gaze met hers she could detect the stern earnestness which at this moment possessed her eager companion.

  • Myth(Definition of myth)
  • Friendship is a myth.

  • Media(Definition of media)
  • According to julius caesar, it was customary among the ancient britons for brothers, and sometimes for father and sons, to have their wives in common, and tacitus found evidence of a similar custom among the ancient germans; while in some parts of media it was the ambition of the women to have two or more husbands, and strabo relates that those who succeeded looked down with pride on their less fortunate sisters.

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