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  • day And if he came to-day it would be only to tell her what he thought of her.
  • mad She was mad about him.
  • made She made his home for him.
  • mat Uncle Mat received a distinct shock when he reached his apartment that night, to find that his niece, dressed in a severely plain black gown, was dining at home alone with him.
  • may God grant that he may never come back!
  • mayday Aberdeen sent a mayday signal by radio, and her sister ship Laurentian sailed from Saint John immediately, along with Acadia from Halifax, Nova Scotia and Arleux from Briar Island.
  • md Index: Md Principal of Queen's University-on ignorance in Maritime Provinces as to the West, 155; opposes commercial union, 295; on character of Sir John A. Macdonald as man and statesman, 329-330; one of Macdonald's strongest and most ardent supporters, 340; but would not support him when he felt he was in the wrong, 341. Bib.
  • mead Siegbert hurried her through the courtyard and the mead hall, where Guthrum sat with his jarls, and into the bower chamber of Hilda.
  • meade Our army pressed on, knowing that if Centreville Heights were not reached by us before Lee, all would be lost, and like Pope, Meade would have been left to get out of the scrape the best way he could.
  • meaty Although in home aquariums, aquarists have been successful in providing the queen angelfish a diet of meaty and algae based foods.
  • med He's a Med Ship tormal and he stays with me!
  • medea And what this woman told her Medea was to regard.
  • media Other media poorly developed.
  • mid About mid-day we stopped at the village of Kanawit, at the mouth of the river of that name.
  • midday Front Street, facing the sea, is the principal thoroughfare, so crowded at midday that you can scarcely get along.
  • middy The lieutenant looked meaningly at the middy, who saluted, and then nodded his head in a way that showed he comprehended his task.
  • midway He passed Nancy, without look or word, and stopped midway between her chair and the seated officers.
  • moat This act being looked upon with disapproval by my family, and his friendship as more dangerous than dynamite, the ocean was hailed as a splendid moat between a skilled sheik and a young girl.
  • mod According to Raytheon, the programme would have initially provided the UK with 62% of development, production, and jobs for the MoD BVRAAM procurement and would give the UK 50% of the significantly larger US air-to-air market.
  • modal For instance, it incorrectly suggests that many modal and manner adjuncts are arguments.
  • mode Other ponies displayed equal prejudices against my mode of riding, or having my weight anywhere but well on their shoulders, being all-powerful in their fore-quarters; and so I was compelled to adopt the high demi-pique saddle with short stirrups, which forced me to sit with my knees up to my nose, and to grip with the calves of my legs and heels.
  • modify When once a situation is located, this will modify some of the shades of feeling and expression.
  • mods Nov. 8th. -Whitehead, of Trinity, told us a charming story in Common Room of a father and son. They came up together: the son got into a College-the father had to go to New Inn Hall: the son passed Responsions, while his father had to put off: finally, the father failed in Mods and has gone down: the son will probably take his degree, and may then be able to prepare his father for another try.
  • moldy In this moldy city even you are catching the Kassa color, and it is, therefore, high time that you left it.
  • monday Early on Monday morning Clairmont brought me a letter which had been left by a servant.
  • mood His mood was not so soon for a woman.
  • moody He is moody, desultory, idle, irregular, fantastic."
  • moray Just as 'e got 'im to the gunwale, though, the moray gave an extra wriggle, and bein' afraid that 'e might get away agen, the fisherman gave a sudden pull and brought 'im on board without waitin' to stun 'im.
  • mot Granted that he was his inferior in the width of vision and the versatility of gifts that mark a world-genius, yet he was his equal in diplomatic resourcefulness and in the power of dealing lightning strokes; while his possession of the priceless gift of moderation endowed his greatest political achievements with a soundness and solidity never possessed by those of the mighty conqueror who "sought to give the mot d'ordre to the universe."
  • mud If de car had been beatin' it de mud would have been trown more.
  • muddy The muddy river rose and fell with the distant tide.
  • toady This was a great favor, for not even Sir Toady had ever been there before.
  • today I am sure I cannot better express what may be called our culminating thought today, than by quoting some lines written by the Bishop of Western New York on that venerable relic: "The rod that from Jerusalem Went forth so strong of yore, That rod of David's royal stem, Whose hand the farthest bore?

21 words made from the letters moday

3 letter words made from moday:

dam, may, myo, mya, mod, day, yam, mad, mao, ado, doa, moa.

4 letter words made from moday:

damo, amoy, yoma, oday, mayo, dymo, myod, domy, dayo.

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