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  • ada Ada shrugged her shoulders and took a bite of jelly-cake.
  • mad I did not know what I was doing; I was mad.
  • madam My dear madam, no!
  • madden Again, with a start, he brought his gaze back to Madden.
  • madder Yet madder I, if to this murk my brain Were blind.
  • made "I am made like that, too," she said.
  • madeira A little later still other fields were discovered farther west on the Madeira watershed.
  • maid Now, why didn't the little maid take a fancy to me?
  • maiden My heart's little maiden!
  • mat At the foot of the doorway, between the floor of the carriage and the straw mat that covered it, the corner of a black silk kerchief showed.
  • mate "I'm the new mate.
  • mater In his School Days he gives a picture of the little old country school-house as it used to be, the only alma mater of so many distinguished Americans, and to which many others who have afterward trodden the pavements of great universities look back so fondly as to their first wicket gate into the land of knowledge.
  • matey She might have taxed her ingenuity successfully to induce little Selina to the boldness of calling him Matey-and she then repeating it, as the woman who revived with a meditative effort recollections of the girl.
  • matte Cooper Ende of Golde Olde Dublets Blackinge man Tinker Pippins Bui a Matte Cooles Chimnie swepes Bui Brumes Camphires Cherry ripe Alminake Coonie skine Mussels Cabeches Kitchen stuff Glasses Cockels Hartti chaks Mackrill Oranges, Lemens Lettice Place Olde Iron Aqua vitae Pens and Ink Olde Bellows Herrings Buy any Milke Piepin Pys Osters Shades Turneps Rosmarie Baie Onions.
  • mayday Prunus padus, known as bird cherry, hackberry, hagberry, or Mayday tree, is a flowering plant in the rose family Rosaceae.
  • md J. M. McComas, 9 Md.
  • mead "We must overhaul that mead," he resumed; "this mustn't continny!"
  • meade Instead of doing that, I just dried up, and if I hadn't had that wonderful experience at Whitsuntide in Meade Cantorum church nearly three years ago I should be spiritually dead by now.
  • meat Pem'ican, meat of the deer or buffalo dried and pounded.
  • med But Med Ships do carry tormals, like Murgatroyd, and a tormal and a man can get along indefinitely, like a man and a dog.
  • medea But grief and wrath took hold of Medea when she heard of this resolve.
  • media His first act was to defeat and dethrone his suzerain, in B.C. 549, and so make himself master of Media.
  • meed And so in his heedlessness he yielded to the enjoyment of the meed till he perished.
  • mid There were slight frosts at night-though not yet enough to cover the water with ice-and the mid-day hours were hot, sometimes too hot to be comfortable.
  • mod Mod. That is not certaine; For, should we tempt them once to bring their forces Against the Towne and find we give it up For want of strength to keepe it, the Conditions To which we must subscribe are in their will And not our choice or pleasure.
  • mode And in all Christendom, who, let us ask, who, who but Shakspeare has found the power for effectually working this mysterious mode of being?
  • mud They had their skirts tied up and they were working in mud and water which reached to their knees.
  • Madge Surely aunt Madge and cousin Eloise would look in before they went out to their engagement.
  • Mahdi And I turned El Mahdi into the wooded road on the left of the turnpike.
  • Maud Maud and Ethel looked at each other triumphantly.
  • Met "I'm glad I met him.
  • DEA And Dea Flavia marvelled that the dead woman remained so calm, her eyes so still, when-if indeed Jupiter had been aroused by the monstrous sacrilege-she must now be facing the terrors of his judgments.
  • Mads These lapses, in a man who had gone through the Eleusinian mysteries of a university education, surprised the young ladies of his parish extremely; especially the Misses Farquhar, whom he had once addressed in a letter as Dear Mads.
  • Maude "I wouldn'thave cared-much, if Maude had loved Phebe; but she did n't.
  • Mae So Miss Mae dried her eyes, picked her deshabille self from the window seat, turned up the light, slipped into her pink and white carnival attire, and walked to the window again.
  • Marta Marta always referred to the castle as the baron; for in her girlhood she had a way of personifying all inanimate things.
  • MAZDA Mazda speed you, sir, for we are off.

18 words made from the letters madea

3 letter words made from madea:

mad, dam, ade, med, ada.

4 letter words made from madea:

5 letter words made from madea:

adema, amade, adame, maaed, madea, damae, maeda.

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  • bundles up