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  • aged After talking to the children at school I visited the aged and sick.
  • charged While the artist thus spoke Kenelm lifted towards his face eyes charged with suppressed tears.
  • marge Had a wife named Marge.
  • marked They were received with marked attention on their whole route.
  • market There is no one in fair or market but would notice me.
  • marred It will be said, I broke the poor thing's heart, and marred her prospects for ever.
  • mead Edward had a witan of wise men to advise him, but sometimes the King would speak in the hall after dinner and listen to what comments were made from the mead-benches.
  • meade General Meade did not attempt that.
  • meager Ammunition for the fight was pitifully meager.
  • meagre Not content with the meagre fare which satisfied Justinian, her table was always supplied with the best of Oriental dishes, which were served with exquisite and delicate taste.
  • meed The unfortunate sisters embraced each other and mingled their tears together; and I hardly need say, that the Lady Abbess and I could not restrain our meed of pity at the affecting scene.
  • merge When afternoon began to merge into evening Mr Clearemout paid a last visit for the day-but not in the West End, rather nearer to the City- to a gentleman somewhat like himself, though less prepossessing, for whose benefit he painted no glowing picture of a mine, but to whom he said, "Come, Jack, I've made a pretty good job of it; let's go and have a chop.
  • merged Then at length followed a pause which merged itself gently into eternity.
  • merger The merger of lines into systems, a facilitated interchange of freight cars, the economic use of terminals, and the consolidation of facilities are suggested ways of economy and efficiency.
  • Argued The ordinary member is not satisfied to have the case argued well; he wants to take part in the argument himself.
  • Emerged She soon emerged, and said that the servant had shown her the house.
  • Imaged The states of fear imaged before your mind have realised themselves in your Unconscious.
  • Madge " Madge, it seems so strange that we should both have had to trail through the tragedy of broken hearts and lives before we came to our real happiness.
  • Managed Mr. Johns had managed to back himself to a very fair amount.
  • Raged An external repose deceived the eye, for within raged all the elements of discord.
  • Remarked "I have something to say," she remarked.
  • Verged In the quarter of an hour between six o'clock and a quarter past, Sophia suffered the supreme pangs of despair and verged upon insanity.
  • Margo
  • Margie
  • Margret
  • mugged
  • merges
  • maxed
  • messaged
  • barged

129 words made from the letters mearged

3 letter words made from mearged:

era, are, mar, mad, gee, rag, rem, eeg, mag, gad, ear, rad, med, arm, gar, dre, dam, erg, gem, ram, age, mrd, red, ade, meg, dag, emg.

5 letter words made from mearged:

mager, eager, armed, deger, arede, drame, medea, graem, demag, eared, ergma, degar, damer, reema, germe, gaede, demer, grede, gerde, merge, ardee, agree, merga, meare, dream, ameer, ragde, adger, edema, ragee, armee, ramee, edgar, aegre, eagre, dereg, dager, gerad, greed, gerea, agere, meade, merda, demre, derge, drage, merde, gader, grade, radge, derma, eamer, adrem, meger, greda, edger, erdem, agder, dearg, marge, adree, gamer, eader, deram, darge.

4 letter words made from mearged:

reeg, dear, rege, rage, eega, mead, aged, deer, dreg, dame, drem, edam, raed, mere, reed, germ, game, ream, gram, dare, deem, degr, made, gedr, ered, rega, meed, gede, gear, drag, emde, edge, eade, grad, read, dram, mare.

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