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  • armed Why on earth did you come out with me on that first walk-armed with that horse pistol?"
  • harmed You had harmed him?
  • jammed Through streets jammed with people we moved along.
  • knead You are one of those who can never keep their fingers at rest, and must knead everybody's dough; must push, and drive and stir something.
  • mad Was he going mad?
  • maimed She was too vivid, too passionately alive in body and mind to inspire him with that curiously mixed feeling which the strong bestow upon the maimed and the weak.
  • md On the 13th, we arrived at Frederick City, Md.
  • mead "Noble lord and lady," she said,-"for I know you are such by your voices, though my eyes are dim and my hearing none of the sharpest,-will you tell me where I may find some water to mix a bottle of mead which I carry in my bag, because it is too strong for me?"
  • med He watched the door of the Med Ship's sleeping cabin.
  • mend "And why she makes you mend the holes in your stockings," another Thing.
  • naiad A green-eyed Naiad never rests until she has inveigled a fellow under the water; she sings after him, she dances after him; she winds round him, glittering tortuously; she warbles and whispers dainty secrets at his cheek, she kisses his feet, she leers at him from out of her rushes: all her beds sigh out, Come, sweet youth!
  • name
  • named The man named "Jack" offered the woman his arm.
  • namely Summon by good summoners the following twelve, namely, A. B. ...
  • names But I don't remember anything particular about them, nor any of their names, even if I ever knew their names.
  • naomi Happiness, too, began to steal back into the life of Naomi.
  • napped
  • nd
  • neat
  • need
  • needy
  • nerd
  • net
  • niamey
  • nm
  • nod
  • noemi
  • nomad
  • nome
  • seamed
  • shamed
  • tamed
  • unarmed
  • unnamed
  • warmed
  • Aimed He aimed at and attained the symmetrical balance of an old Greek play.
  • Amid In the poem entitled Pont Du Carrousel, written in Paris a few years later, Rilke has visioned the blind beggar aloof amid the fluctuating crowds of the metropolis.
  • Beamed The mayor's face beamed with delight.
  • Dammed At length the Tuscan flood received the dead The first upon his waves; the last on those That lay beneath them; vessels in their course Were stayed, and while the lower current flowed Still to the sea, the upper stood on high Dammed back by carnage.
  • Famed The author has admirably combined the pleasing with the instructive, so that while the youthful reader is charmed by the narrative, he also gains valuable information with regard to those far-off places famed in story and song.
  • Farmed Many ecclesiastical properties had been broken up; many domains, and not a few of the nobles' estates, were farmed by tenants; leases were a favourite method of raising the rent of the ground.
  • Foamed The sea, hitherto so calm, tossed and foamed, and the wind howled and shrieked through the rigging.
  • Gamed
  • Gnawed
  • Kneed
  • Lammed
  • Lamed
  • Maned
  • Nabbed
  • Nagged
  • Nailed
  • Nam
  • Nat
  • Neared
  • Rammed
  • Reamed
  • Roamed
  • Teamed
  • Ahmed I am not surprised, some of the Ghadamsee merchants sneer at the idea of Haj Ahmed being "a Marabout of odour."
  • Ned
  • Nate
  • Nader
  • PMED
  • hammed
  • nerdy
  • renamed

37 words made from the letters naemd

3 letter words made from naemd:

ane, dam, den, end, man, ade, men, mad, dna, nad, med.

4 letter words made from naemd:

5 letter words made from naemd:

amend, admen, named, menad, meand, mande, medan, edman, deman.

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