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Possible correct spellings for mok
- amok But Froude could not help running amok at all the popular heroes of Ireland.
- mo "It was you, not me," said Mo.
- mob The devotion of her husband and self to the royal family is so well known that their house has been a marked one during the last three days, the mob repeatedly stopping before the gate uttering cries and menaces.
- mock Pet eyed him in high mock scorn.
- mod G. ain; A. S. an, ane; anc. Su. G. an; mod. Su. G. en; Isl. Germ.
- mom Then Poetry's mom called up to him and asked, "Find it, Leslie?"
- mon Well, mon cher, how are you?
- monk Monk cut him short impatiently.
- moo "Go to the pig, You bad old fly, Get out! get out! O moo! O my!"
- mop A white blouse, a blue cotton skirt, a blue ribbon in her mop of brown hair-and she looked at herself exultantly in Miss Henderson's glass.
- mot Horace Twiss was at that time under-secretary either for foreign affairs or the colonies, and Hook took occasion to say, or rather sing, that the foreign department could have little charms for a man who had so many more in the home, with an indication to Annie Twiss; the final verse of this real firework of wit was this- "I dare say you think there's little wit In this, but you've all forgot That, instead of being a jeu d'esprit, 'Tis only a jeu de mot," pronouncing the French words as broadly as possible, "a Jew d'esprit, and 'tis only a Jew de motte," for the sake of the rhyme, and his subject, the Jews.
- mow The hay in the mow was quite high in one place, and low in another, like a little hill.
- wok The traditional version of cashew chicken is stir-fried in a wok.
- Moe From group to group Mr. Moe Blotch ran, yanking its members out into the cheerless open.
- Mos 145 More than 3 mos.
- MK He has blinded their eyes, and hardened their heart; that they should not see with their eyes, nor understand with their heart, and be converted, and I should heal them (Jn 12:40; Mt 13:14; Mk 4:12; Lu 8:10; Isa 6:9, 10).
- MOI 2. "The ego or moi affirms a non-ego or non-moi."
Misspelling of the day
- come hasty conclusion