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  • maid Her maid again was always repeating to her what Brimacott, then her husband's soldier-servant, said of the devotion of the men to the captain.
  • mead But when Woodwender and Loveleaves answered as before: "We have promised to drink only running water, and are the children of yonder lords; tell us how the spell may be broken," he turned from them with an angry look, poured out the mead, and went his way.
  • meade "If it is," answered Meade, as he folded his field glass, "you alone, Ned, have saved it."
  • med The trouble on Dara is Med Service fault.
  • medea Though the Argonauts feared Medea, and though Jason dreaded her fully as much as he was lured by her, the heroes could not deny that their quest had been successful mainly through her aid.
  • media We can also see how, owing to the essential disproportion between the material and sensible media of expression which art uses, and the immaterial and spiritual realities it would body forth, its utterances must always be symbolic, never literal.
  • medial Medial, at the middle; of the ring of a mushroom which is between superior or near the apex of the stem, and distant or far removed from the apex.
  • median Median stress, being always necessarily associated with long quantity in syllables, is not an appropriate mode in the language of colloquy, or in vivacious discourse of any kind.
  • medic "I wish medic would find a way to keep them alive through warp," he said.
  • medina We have got to be ruled by strangers; and who would not rather pay small tribute to the wise and healthy Khalif at Medina than a heavy one to the sickly imperial brood of Melchites at Constantinople.
  • meed My brother's deep disgrace-myself the scorn Of envious harriers and thieves of fame, Who fain would rob me of the lawful meed Of faithful services and duties done- Oh, I could bear it all!
  • mid Do not trouble to do so; I am going to Portsmouth by the mid-day train.
  • midair The ax fell toward O'Hara from fingers lacking strength to retain it, and he grasped it by the handle in midair.
  • midday We marched off the ship midday and then I had to go on guard again all night.
  • middy Bob Roberts and the young ensign vied one with the other in hurrying up with their fish, as they were successful, Ensign Long looking hopelessly disgusted as he saw the middy catch and carry three fish in succession beneath the awning, while he could not get a bite.
  • midi My father, being a stern and silent man, must needs be caught by his very opposite, and, according to this law of our nature, fell in love with Marie Beauvais, the orphan of a French gentleman who had become a Quaker, and was of that part of France called the Midi.
  • Mahdi El Mahdi had to duck his head to get under the low doorway.
  • Heidi Heidi jumped quickly out of bed and a very few minutes sufficed her to put on the clothes which she had taken off the night before, for there were not many of them.
  • Lidia During his artistic directors works in different kind of companies next to his choreographic works he also collaborated outstanding guest choreographers like Jiří Kylián , Rui Horta , Jorma Elo, Vaclav Kunes, Petr Zuska, Mario Radacovsky, Miriam Nasy, Lidia Wos, Jan Kodet, Kristian Ole Tangen.
  • MEDIAS Herbert Pringle was so disgusted with the dissimulation of the sex as evinced in the instance of his sister that he felt himself nerved up and able to go on with the talk before him, so he plunged at once in medias res.
  • Meiji In Izumo I found that, prior to Meiji, there were sumptuary laws prescribing not only the material of the dresses to be worn by the various classes, but even the colours of them, and the designs of the patterns.
  • Mejia Readings: Enock, Ecuador; Mejia, Ecuador; Cevalles, Compendio de la historia del Ecuador.
  • midis

40 words made from the letters meidia

3 letter words made from meidia:

aid, dim, mei, med, mad, aim, mid, dia, die, ade, dam, ida.

4 letter words made from meidia:

5 letter words made from meidia:

amide, imedi, midea, media, maide, amidi, midia, daime, daimi, amedi, daiei, imide.

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Corressponding

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