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  • gnome This put Madame d'Urfe fairly on the way, and she added on her own account that the girl must be with child by a gnome.
  • knave If I had done that, then were I a knave."
  • mauve Comyn arrived first, dressed in a suit of mauve French cloth that set off his fine figure to great advantage.
  • move At last, as she did not move, Claude said, "You've finished?"
  • mover He is now inspector of the same prison in which he was formerly immured as a pestilent fellow, and a mover of sedition.
  • movie No. He's a reg'lar movie drama uncle.
  • naive In the next two days, while Mrs. Maitland was in Philadelphia making her naive offer to David, she brooded over the situation.
  • name "His name was Richard-my boy's.
  • nave "By laying themselves out at full length and spinning round and round like a wagon wheel upon its nave.
  • nerve "Horribly," whispered the captain, who was fast losing his nerve.
  • never "Well, never mind about that," he said.
  • nm Greece territorial sea: 12 nm continental shelf: 200-m depth or to the depth of exploitation
  • nome Round Valley is occupied in part by the Nome Cult Reservation, and in part by farmers and graziers.
  • nov " Nov 15, 1876. " " 4 young birds.
  • nova Before doing so he sent a party to blow up the bridge at Ponte Nova across the Cavado, and also sent his second regiment to defend the passage at Riuvaens.
  • nv At the end of Black Canyon the Colorado widens into Lake Mohave, created by the Davis Dam in Pyramid Canyon above Laughlin, Nevada, where a bridge carries NV 163 (Laughlin Highway)/AZ 95 over the Colorado River.
  • remove Perhaps I shall be able to remove your fears by tomorrow.
  • Novae BROWN, ROBERT, a distinguished botanist, born at Montrose, son of an Episcopal clergyman; accompanied an expedition to survey the coast of Australia in 1801, returned after four years' exploration, with 4000 plants mostly new to science, which he classified and described in his "Prodromus Florae Novae Hollandiae"; became librarian to, and finally president of, the Linnean Society; styled by Humboldt botanicorum facile princeps; he was a man of most minute and accurate observation, and of a wide range of knowledge, much of which died along with him, out of the fear of committing himself to mistakes (1773-1858).
  • Nev Mack, Mrs. O. H, work in Nev, see St. chapter, 384.

23 words made from the letters nmove

3 letter words made from nmove:

men, one, mon, neo, nov, eon.

4 letter words made from nmove:

meno, omne, mevo, oven, moen, noev, nevo, omen, veno, veon, nome, meon, move, nove, nevm.

5 letter words made from nmove:

venom, nemov.

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