"The horse is here belonging to Mak
...Mak...I never can say the name," said the Englishman, over his shoulder, pointing his big finger and dirty nail towards Gladiator's stall.
'There's nobbut t' missis; and shoo'll not oppen 't an ye mak
' yer flaysome dins till neeght.'
Ar wouldn't mak
' ill words amang my neeburs, and ar speak tiv'ee quiet loike.
as to offar to mak
mee hur one uman without mi ever askin any such
There was nothing like them in these parts, nor ever had been; they had liked learning, all three, almost from the time they could speak; and they had always been "of a mak
' of their own." Mr.
Whar's the man would mak
' sic an answer as that to a bonny young leddy like you?"
Monsieur Beel, dis lettair mak
me de most happi of mans.
Furthermore, 'to mak
siccar,' my father has taken the opposite side of the fireplace and is deep in the latest five columns of Gladstone, who is his Carlyle.
"Draw it mild, Stenie, my man; ye play unco weel, but ye mak
a most infernal din," cried Uncle Jem, with his hands over his ears, for this accomplishment was new to him, and "took him all aback," as he expressed it.
It was very surprising to see the Gauchos, i the midst of rain and everything soaking wet, with nothin more than a tinder-box and a piece of rag, immediately mak
Nowadays a poet makes
a poem, and it is printed with his name upon the title-page.
"What I seen over on th' right makes
me think it was th' other way about.