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  • boned Falling still under simple gravity, they had been missed by the rays till they had fallen to so small a distance, that no humans or men of our allied systems could have stopped, but only their enormous iron boned strength permitted them to resist the acceleration they used to avert collision with the planet.
  • manet Manet among the moderns has given new life to this formula, although he did not derive his inspiration directly from Correggio but through the Spanish school.
  • manned On an average the Phenician ships, which as a rule did not set out before the end of February, and returned at the end of October, accomplished 120 miles in 24 hours; but ships that were excellently built and equipped, and sufficiently manned, ran about 150 miles.
  • mend But blubbering won't mend this matter; it's got to be settled with blows."
  • mind I've a good mind ter go on my own 'ook.
  • mined Many would never return, and for their undoing MacNair reproached himself unsparingly, the while he devised an economic system of his own, and mined his gold and worked out his transportation problem upon a more elaborate scale.
  • monet Monet and Renaud listened gravely, as became people who were deciding in the Name of the Father.
  • money But the supply of dinies was inexhaustible, and the supply of money was not.
  • monody The poem is a monody of nerveless, exhausted grief.
  • monte "Mr. Thomas L. Morse, " Monte Cristo Mine.
  • moped Ananda turned back towards the little room that was to serve as bedroom and sitting-room for the present, a den in which even a dog would have moped and pined.
  • mound This was as well, for the huge mound remained unspoilt, and in its stark way beautiful.
  • moved 999 came to an end in, she saw that he had moved.
  • toned Over the gateway some massive beams have been roughly painted in dark blue, and these, covered in ivy, and with the old dim-toned bricks above, make a scheme of colour which is simply enchanting.
  • Honed It lay there on the tray, its honed edge glittering in the light of the sun. A sharp knife, capable of cutting steak-or flesh of any kind.
  • Maned In the distance, they looked like the little horse-like things, no higher than a man's waist and heavily maned and bearded, that had been one of their most important sources of meat.
  • Moaned "I had ought to 'a' told it," she moaned.
  • Mont How many are there, of the thousands who visit Chamonix every year, who would not go to the top of Mont Blanc if the journey could be as easily performed as on the Rigi?
  • Mooed The cows mooed with delight as they tramped on the luscious green grass in the yards between the cabins, and at once began grazing.
  • Mooned He mooned through the days and slept poorly at night.
  • Mourned All folk both high and low mourned deeply, for good King Tamna had been like a kindly father rather than a king.
  • Zoned The Northwind fall'n, in the newstarred night Zidonian Hanno, voyaging beyond The hoary promontory of Soloe Past Thymiaterion, in calmed bays, Between the Southern and the Western Horn, Heard neither warbling of the nightingale, Nor melody o' the Lybian lotusflute Blown seaward from the shore; but from a slope That ran bloombright into the Atlantic blue, Beneath a highland leaning down a weight Of cliffs, and zoned below with cedarshade, Came voices, like the voices in a dream, Continuous till he reached the other sea.
  • Monty Finding himself helpless in that strange weakness, Monty ceased to wriggle, and demanded: "How y-y-y-you get here, a-a-a-nyway?"
  • mowed Their close ranks were mowed down by the Knights, as grass falls before the scythe of the husbandman.
  • ConEd 1880 is represented a small size universal milling machine, in which A is the frame that affords journal bearing to the live spindle, in the coned mouth a of which the mandrel carrying the rotary cutter is fitted, means being afforded for taking up the wear of the live spindle journal and bearings.

34 words made from the letters moned

4 letter words made from moned:

demo, nome, done, omen, endo, mode, meon, node, omne, oned, moed, dome, mend, moen, meno.

5 letter words made from moned:

mendo, denom, demon, medon.

3 letter words made from moned:

den, nod, don, ode, edo, men, med, neo, oed, one, mod, doe, end, mon, eon.

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