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  • ark Remember Ark-wright, and how he was puzzled hopelessly by that trifling error in the thickness of the valves in his spinning machine.
  • bark In truth it seems to me the present company is preparing to leave Peter's bark, in the hope perhaps of being able to walk upon the waves.
  • dark When they were first made, they were so ugly, that they had to live where they could not be seen, that is, in the dark places.
  • hark " Hark ye, Douglas," continued the General, "I speak this for your interest.
  • lark To me, it was something of a lark; to him, a tragedy.
  • mack Halleck before Corinth, and McClellan before Manassas and Yorktown, both spend by far more time than it took Napoleon from Boulogne and Bretagne to march into the heart of Germany, surround and capture Mack at Ulm, and come in view of Vienna.
  • mar "Maybe Maricopas," said George.
  • mara Even Marie Lipsius, who published a series of excellent biographical sketches under the pseudonym of La Mara, is not entirely free from this defect.
  • marc Nay, Marc, no tricks!
  • mare We therefore travelled upon that bearing, and at thirteen and a half miles we cut our former track at about a quarter of a mile from where we left the mare.
  • mari They crept out of the house with as little noise as possible, while Ole and Mari flattened their noses against the window-panes.
  • mark Mark was perfectly still, his eyes looking like ears.
  • marks Would you laugh a little at the shabby volume with its pencil marks and its rose-leaves?
  • marl That all seventeenth-century churches in the Old Dominion were not of brick or wood is shown by the "Second York Church" (1697), now Grace Church, Yorktown, which was constructed of native marl.
  • mars "I went to Mars once.
  • mart Mart Tinman only half-kind of hinted.
  • marx The legs of the heavy animal were tied together with ropes, and Marx was obliged to take the ends of the knot between his teeth like a bridle, and drag the carcass to the castle.
  • mary Mary, Mary, my lassie oh!
  • mask I put on my mask, told Zenobia to go to bed, as we would not be back till daybreak, and set out on my way.
  • murk In the murk and blinding confusion no one could tell what new peril was threatening, but a piece of pumice almost the size of an apple came whistling down, midway of the party.
  • nark He shook his fist at the Nark.
  • park Jackson Park-oh, yes, here it is.
  • unmatch

6 words made from the letters mark

3 letter words made from mark:

ram, arm, ark, mar.

4 letter words made from mark:

mrak, mark.

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