How to spell MICE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell mice correctly

  • dice You throw the two dice.
  • ice It was cold as ice, and he remarked upon it, laughing.
  • mace A tea-spoonful of mace, cinnamon, and nutmeg, mixed.
  • mica They also strew the brown martial mica upon the paint, which makes it glitter.
  • mike I want to talk to Mike.
  • mile It wasn't by any chance as much as half a mile on this side?
  • mime As Siegfried does not even know the meaning of the word, Mime graphically describes all the various phases of terror to enlighten him.
  • mince "It wasn't as if you couldn't make mince pies.
  • mine I'm going to drink mine, and then we'll go on to the verandah and wait for something to happen.
  • mire In spite of the planks which had been placed in he courtyard, the task of crossing it was by no means easy; for the night was intensely dark, and the foot passed beyond the boards, it plunged into the mire, on which they floated rather than lay.
  • mite Tell you who she looked like-jist a mite like this Miss Swim stayin' at your house now-big eyes an' innocent-lookin' like her, but this Californy girl was a lot the best-lookin' of the two-a lot.
  • nice Nice thing, if anything should happen and me out o' the ship."
  • rice He has spread along the entire coast, through the cane-fields and around the rice-swamps, and it will not be his fault if he does not eventually get a foothold in the jungle itself.
  • vice For years I have been living in a world of vice and vulgarity.
  • Lice Different species of sucking and biting lice occur on the different species of farm animals.
  • Mice The whole class became quiet as mice, and from that moment onwards he held it spellbound.
  • Mich C. A. M. Keeler, 22 Mich.
  • MIC Spores subglobose, yellow, 9-10 mic.
  • MICS Distinguished they've been with the sword and the pen; In pulpit and parliament, leaders of men; Prime ministers, presidents, merchants, viziers, They have manag'd the business of both hemispheres; And the Dago day-laborers laying the tracks Are boss'd by the Macs or the Mics (who are Macs).

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