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  • mated They would need at least ten more days to convince them into downright summer greenery, even though slender-throated doves already mated in their tops with a perfect confidence.
  • miffed She was afraid that Davidge would be miffed.
  • mitford A letter came to me from dear Miss Mitford a few days since, which I had hoped to talk to you about.
  • moated Lady Gardiner was sure, since he admitted having known the Dalahaides, that, being human, Roger would have liked to hear something of the girl who lived there like Mariana in the Moated Grange; and it would have been interesting to know why he refrained from mentioning her.
  • modified This was changed from time to time, chiefly by Columbus himself, who afterwards added a continent to the islands, and modified the blazonry of the lion and castle to agree with those on the royal arms-a piece of ignorance and childish arrogance which was quite characteristic of him.
  • mortified This proposal brought a flush of pleasure to Henry's cheek, and mortified Mr. Coventry cruelly in his turn.
  • mortify My wife-my pretty ones-the leg may mortify-it is always safer to operate-he will be well in a fortnight-artificial legs are now so well made that they are really better than natural ones-evolution is towards motors and leglessness, etc.
  • motet The instrumental mass and motet, embellished with all the newly discovered appliances of melody, harmony, rhythm, and tone color, led the art of the Church with flying banners into wider regions of conquest, and the a capella contrapuntal chorus was left behind, a stately monument upon the receding shores of the Middle Age.
  • motif I knew she was there before I turned to look, because of the delicate tinkling of little Egyptian amulets, which is her accompaniment, her leit motif, and because of the scent of sandalwood with which, in obedience to the ancient custom of Egyptian queens, she perfumes her hair.
  • motivate Orwell describes the lifestyle of a book reviewer living in a cold stuffy and untidy bedsitter, trying to motivate himself to start reviewing an assorted batch of books, working late into the night, and getting inspiration just in time to meet the copy deadline.
  • motivated The Trinummus is crowded with interminable padded dialogue, tiresome moral preachments, and possesses a weakly motivated plot; a veritable "Sunday-school play."
  • motive What is the motive of it all?
  • motored Mr. Farraday took Miss Hawtry into his confidence about the predicament of finding a New York theater for his play, "The Purple Slipper," that very evening, out on the veranda of the Beach Inn, where he had motored her by request for dinner after her fatiguing rehearsals, which she had made still more fatiguing for Mr. William Rooney.
  • mottled Miles of the green prairie were mottled by their huge dark forms, or hidden altogether from the view.
  • moved Duncombe half moved forward.
  • muted Now watch me bluff, flinging away the cash for credit of doubtful value, and all for the rumble of a distant drum-which will be muted!
  • mystified "I suppose he was mystified.
  • Meted He felt sure that this treatment was not meted out with his parents' consent.
  • Mitred A mitred box is hard for an amateur to put together, particularly when it is to be glued.
  • Mooted The working strength of materials, or the weight which does not injure them enough, to render them unsafe, is a mooted point, and varies, according to the authority, from 1-3 to 1-10 of the ultimate strength.
  • Mortised And those things which I say in consequence Are rubies mortised in a gate of stone.
  • Notified The colonel commanding the gendarmerie at Hamburg notified to the exiled inhabitants that those who did not leave the town within the prescribed time would receive fifty blows with a cane and afterwards be driven out.
  • Tiffed
  • motives His motives for what he was now doing stood out plainly before him.
  • motifs To take only one out of innumerable examples, the new subject-matter of Wagner's music-dramas, of an immeasurably higher order than the usual libretto, created a new form of music, based on motifs, not melodies.
  • whups

89 words made from the letters motifed

4 letter words made from motifed:

5 letter words made from motifed:

tomei, fedot, metod, tedim, timed, domei, emodi, fideo, miedo, mofet, demio, fetid, dieof, domet, timeo, dtime, motie, femto, medio, motif.

3 letter words made from motifed:

foe, eft, imo, mid, mod, tom, ode, doe, imf, dot, fit, toe, mit, oft, mei, oed, dit, tod, tie, med, edo, iod, mot, fed, die, emf, ido, dim, ted.

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Emmits

  • admits
  • amity's
  • ascribes to
  • be at the bottom of
  • be operation
  • being on case
  • breaks to smithereens
  • bring standstill
  • brings pressure to bear
  • bundles up
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