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  • deride I expect, if we took the passage to him with the three renderings, he would deride at least two of them, and possibly all three, and would point out that we simply did not know the usage of some word or phrase which would have been absolutely clear to a contemporary reader,' But Collins went on to say that there might also be a real ambiguity about the passage: and then he quoted the supposed remark of the bishop who declined to wear gaiters, and said, 'I shall wear no clothes to distinguish myself from my fellow-Christians.
  • dried And wisdom was rewarded now, for the Pathan, who would have dried up under eager questioning, grew talkative.
  • fried There was a small dish of fried bacon on the table, and some cold mutton on the sideboard.
  • marred Whether the news which arrived with the other dispatches had anything to do with the fit of indisposition that rendered the heat and glare unbearable, it certainly marred the enjoyment of the last part of her trip.
  • married Before I was married I was for a time a typewriter.
  • meed She was by the step almost before he could offer a hand to help her in, and as she paused to render him his due meed of thanks, it became evident that she harbored little if any resentment; eyes shining, face aglow with gratitude, she dropped him a droll but graceful little courtesy.
  • mere "Yes, sir," weakly, and in a mere whisper, "an' I know yer voice, sir.
  • merged They expanded, blossoming out like gigantic roses, and whirled and merged into one another, all the time rolling on and blotting out the light.
  • merit Poor Poinsinet put him in a little one-act play called Le Cercle, which, though of very ordinary merit, was a great success.
  • merited The most melodious of our songsters, the wood thrush and the hermit thrush,-birds whose strains, more than any others, express harmony and serenity,-have not yet, that I am aware, had reared to them their merited poetic monument, unless, indeed, Whitman has done this service for the hermit thrush in his "President Lincoln's Burial Hymn."
  • metier Teaching isn't your metier, Alma.
  • mired Once the victim was a bull which had got mired, and which the bear deliberately proceeded to eat alive, heedless of the bellows of the unfortunate beast.
  • myriad He joined her at the window, and they stood together for several seconds looking out upon the great river with its myriad lights.
  • nereid All these things considered, and contrasted with thy artful silence on the subject of this grace-saying Nereid of thine, I must beg thee to be more explicit upon that subject in thy next, unless thou wouldst have me form the conclusion that thou thinkest more of her than thou carest to talk of.
  • serried The nec and non plus ultra of emotion were reached when the blushing bride elect burst her way through the serried ranks of the bystanders and flung herself upon the muscular bosom of him who was about to be launched into eternity for her sake.
  • tried I got all I tried for.
  • wearied Helen could not sleep, for the lonely figure in the garden haunted her, and she wearied herself with conjectures about Hoffman and his mystery.
  • Erred That they have sometimes erred in judgment and action,-that they have had unworthy men among their members, I have little doubt.
  • Ferried All afternoon and evening, as through the two days following, while my promised cargo was getting ferried out under the shining authority of the pump gun, he scarcely let a minute go by without some word or figure to impress upon me the extent of his "possessions."
  • Marie 235, 259, 265, 271, 295, 370, 371, 391-392, 401, 411, 412, 446, 513. Marie Louise, ii.
  • Meted Punishment shall be meted out, for those in authority have fallen into wrongdoing.
  • Mewed Strong Ingmar's cow began to low for her breakfast, and his cat, who never slept in the house on nights when there was dancing, came to the door and mewed.
  • Moored A few vessels stand idly moored to the quays.
  • Queried The next was queried.
  • Cried "That's nothing," Mr. Sapsworth cried.
  • Pried This could be easily pried away, leaving the chimney itself open to attack.
  • Merritt "Say, Tubby, this is no joking matter," protested Merritt.
  • merits I confess, too, that the door-keeper's niece was well worthy of being loved on her own merits.
  • MERES And so much for the war among the Meres of Scheldt.
  • merrier The more the merrier, Mr. S--; children are riches in this country."
  • undiseased well, a. good, desirable, fortunate, expedient, favorable, beneficial, advantageous; healthy, sound, undiseased, hale, hearty.

55 words made from the letters meried

4 letter words made from meried:

5 letter words made from meried:

dimer, riede, driem, demer, mired, demir, rimed, eimer, merid, midre, erdem, demre, erdei, merde, eidem, eider.

3 letter words made from meried:

dim, rem, rid, mri, die, dre, rim, mid, ire, red, mei, med, mrd.

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