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  • madly If you are discreet, you cannot love madly.
  • medal I suppose you have been at the head of the class and have got the medal.
  • modal -Seven records of breeding fall in the period May 1 to June 30; the modal date of laying seems to be about May 21.
  • model Irene became a fine little worker, and should have had all the honors and happiness due the model child.
  • radial To set the radial face at the second chucking, the surface gauge, applied as shown in Fig.
  • ramadan His Excellency hopes they will disappear after the Ramadan.
  • readily But, besides trees, they readily build in holes in temples and old ruins, in any large stone wall, in the thatch of old houses, and even in their chimneys.
  • remedial They made the patient feel better at first, and they relieved pain to some extent and therefore were thought to be direct remedial agents for the cancer itself.
  • remedy It is a cruel remedy.
  • remodel I am very far from presuming to remodel the entire procedure of the House of Commons.
  • remotely She cherished no desire for a new love, though the lukewarm blending of gratitude and good will which she bestowed upon her husband did not even remotely deserve this lofty name.
  • riddle All about that "riddle," you know!
  • rightly She had guessed rightly.
  • rigidly Then suddenly his face became rigidly grave.
  • rimed Both rulers thanked Liu I in verses, and Liu I answered them in a rimed toast.
  • rimmed His eyes, big and dark-rimmed, glowed with an intense inner fire that would have singled him out from among his fellows anywhere.
  • ritual We must justify that sacrifice, and so we give it a ceremonial ritual and dignity.
  • ritually When the group came back bearing Atys's body, Adrastus held his hands out to King Croesus in supplication - he begged that he himself be ritually slaughtered over the princes body, saying that he could no longer go on living with the blood-guilt of yet another person on his hands.
  • timidly
  • Remade This creation is not a sort of work of supererogation for it, by which it would complete itself, being already formed; it is the act by which it is periodically made and remade.
  • Rumply
  • Randal Randal was about thirteen now, a tall boy, with dark eyes, black hair, a brown face with the red on his cheeks.

158 words made from the letters rimadyl

5 letter words made from rimadyl:

mladi, damri, lidya, daily, rmail, mardy, marly, lidar, mirly, rimal, lydia, laird, admir, mayil, dymal, mlady, miral, imlay, mylar, dalry, madly, drily, diary, maily, riyal, larid, raymi, amiry, ramli, dialy, ramid, ramil, marli, lyard, riady, lairy, rydal, darly, dimly, mriya, yidam, ildar, yamil, yaird, diram, limay, malir, yarim, dairy, arild, diyar, ilmar, ramly.

3 letter words made from rimadyl:

ida, air, mad, lad, ira, ram, aim, ayr, lid, dam, mya, ali, mri, rad, lay, mil, rid, mal, rim, arm, aid, may, dim, dry, dia, ray, mar, mrd, lam, rya, ail, lir, yam, mid, dal, day.

4 letter words made from rimadyl:

iyad, dail, arid, rima, lari, dary, dlya, lair, limy, dram, lard, ayim, yali, mail, laid, dali, imar, yird, iyar, mild, rayl, dayi, laim, rial, lamy, yair, lima, diam, rail, mily, almy, yard, rimy, mayi, aril, army, dari, dyal, mary, miry, aryl, mali, dyar, dlim, ryad, aldy, maly, raid, liar, airy, lira, amir, dial, lyra, ymir, marl, mari, yima, layr, mlad, idly, aidy, liad, maid, riya, dray, mayr, rady, lady.

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Emmits

  • admits
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  • being on case
  • breaks to smithereens
  • bring standstill
  • brings pressure to bear
  • bundles up
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