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  • She made no reply. (4)
  • Who made the quarrel? (8)
  • Edward made no answer. (4)
  • They just made him sell. (9)
  • Andrew made the diversion. (10)
  • Emilia made an effort to go. (10)
  • She made a sad attempt at smiling. (22)
  • Every allowance will be made for you. (4)
  • They made her originality interesting. (9)
  • Twenty-four hours more made all serene again. (9)
  • I moved Toward her, and made proffer of my arm. (10)
  • What on earth had made him use a word like that! (8)
  • A look at Mrs. Burman made it personal, his own. (10)
  • They made no sound, so encrusted were they with mud. (12)
  • Braintop, in desperation, made a plunge at the paper. (10)
  • Ye made a mistake to think that we would come to heel. (8)
  • Within a week she knew the fearful mistake she had made. (8)
  • I made no comments, however, for words would have been vain. (4)
  • Or that blacksmith shop where Peter the Great made a horseshoe. (9)
  • Alice arranged herself on the log, and made a lap for the bunch. (9)
  • To this Mr. Paramor made no reply, but pressed his lips together. (8)
  • I had made up my mind by then that she must do just as she wished. (8)
  • They would by that time have made a stepping-stone of the emperor. (10)
  • This of course made every body laugh; and Elinor tried to laugh too. (4)
  • Italy, however, he discovered to be the subject that made her light up. (10)
  • The lawyer despised weaklings; they made the real troubles in this life. (13)
  • As no attention was paid to this amount of plain-speaking, Pat made a bolt. (10)
  • However, sacrifices must now and then be made for friendship, and for sleep. (10)
  • An hysterical hope trembled in her asseveration of despair that made him smile. (9)
  • Fancy now: she knew me, and she faced me out, and made me think her a stranger! (10)
  • Westover made a motion to rise, but Whitwell laid a detaining hand upon his knee. (9)
  • But smile kindly, as if he made you love him down in your heart, in spite of you. (10)
  • Frederick could not be unpardonably guilty, while Henry made himself so agreeable. (4)
  • Her more fearless disposition and happier nerves made everything easy to her there. (4)
  • Once he thought he heard a noise like sobbing, and this made him still more wretched. (8)
  • So she crossed a field to a wood, and there she sat down and made up her mind to die. (12)
  • The rhinoceros made his escape through a window but was so badly burned that he died. (21)
  • He now ceased to play for several times, when at last, he made an offering of his usual stake. (6)
  • She was entrancing, and of a sparkling gaiety that made one feel loth to lose a breath of it. (12)
  • To those who had no resources it was a different thing; but my resources made me quite independent. (4)
  • Our simplest prose style is nearer to poetry with us, for this reason, that the poets have made it. (10)
  • I sang to him till the landlady made me leave off, because of the other lodgers who wanted to sleep. (10)
  • In short, he made himself as safe as a Forsyte in his condition could, under the rose of his mild irony. (8)
  • Bad roads and worse horses made me feel the few leagues I had to go the most tiresome part of my journey. (6)
  • I could conceive an overlooking height that made her utterance simple and consecutive: I could not reach it. (10)
  • This was the lap of Mrs. Tallents Smallpeace, who greeted him with a warm, quiet smile, and made a little room. (8)
  • With bare feet thrust into fur-crowned slippers which made no noise, she stole along looking at door after door. (8)
  • She thinks it so natural to be made love to, that there is neither any affected coyness nor any agitated surprise. (6)
  • She was threatened with dismissal unless she made full apology to him and brought back assurance of its acceptance. (9)
  • Therefore the best sought him out and made friends with him, and the more he prospered the wiser and better he grew. (5)
  • If an amicable settlement be not made out of court, he finds that the circus will fight him to the bitter legal end. (21)
  • I had a good deal of anxiety about money, for though I worked hard and made more than ever, there never seemed enough. (8)
  • In Bevisham an election is an arrangement made by Providence to square the accounts of the voters, and settle arrears. (10)
  • A largess of German coin of the value of ten cents made him waive all objections and give us the freedom of his meadow. (20)
  • We have to do with forces in politics, and the great majority of the Irish Nationalists in Ireland has made them a force. (10)
  • With Dr. Themison fast in his grasp, there was a report of progress to be made to Nataly; and not at all an empty report. (10)
  • That was the building her husband had done for the disreputable contractor, who had made it a mere lath-and-plaster shell. (13)
  • The next move that she made was to get her affairs at home all arranged, and tell her mother that she was going to New York. (18)
  • She made her husband agree with her, and it came out that he had crossed several times on both the Colmannia and the Norumbia. (9)
  • Such conduct made them of course most exceedingly laughed at; but ridicule could not shame, and seemed hardly to provoke them. (4)
  • It is almost unnecessary to mention that when lunch was over and we got aboard again and made sail, the wind promptly died away. (2)
  • His fingers itched too, but he made no movement, and the ash-tree under which he sat let its leaves tremble, as though in sympathy. (8)
  • Really, poor young Bosinney had made an uncommonly good job of the house; he would have done very well for himself if he had lived! (8)
  • At Dorminghurst everything which was possible to be constructed from material found on the estate was made and fashioned right there. (18)
  • He gave her a grateful, furtive look, and went back to his guest; an impulse had made him hide from her the true condition of affairs. (8)
  • Other friends mistakenly made themselves of the party, and kept her talking vacuities when her heart was full, till the train drew up. (9)
  • The people affect me like persons of our generation made up for the parts; well trained, well costumed, but actors, and almost amateurs. (9)
  • He made Dan help get the rest of his things into his bag, and with one little artifice and another prevented him from stagnating in despair. (9)
  • Fulkerson pushed March away from the ticket-office window; and made them his guests, with the inexorable American hospitality, for the ride down- town. (9)

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Definition of made:

  • made, md, pa.t. and pa.p. of make_. | made continually (_pr. bk._), established for ever; made dish, a dish of meat, &c., recooked: an entrée; made up, put together, finished: dressed for a part, disguised: perfect: artificial, invented.(0)

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