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  • Burst, Morn, from the main! (10)
  • But she was right about the main point. (9)
  • You have an excellent sense, in the main. (10)
  • The company listened for the main part silently. (9)
  • Frankfort and the far Main saw him and reddened. (10)
  • You are one of the main drainpipes of English gold. (10)
  • Wurzburg is on the Main, about five hours from Ansbach. (9)
  • These are the main features of the scene roughly sketched. (2)
  • She rushed across the main hall of the Museum to greet her. (9)
  • Happy when a faithful fool is the main sufferer in a household! (10)
  • Her manners are generally good; freakish, but good in the main. (10)
  • I must have social authority to succeed in our main enterprise. (10)
  • Nick and Tom were stretching from post to post, might and main. (10)
  • Poem: The Main Regret [Written for the Charing Cross Album] I. (10)
  • It took in the main the form of a sort of gentle desiccating humour. (8)
  • They had good news to revive him, however: good at least in the main. (10)
  • Westover thought of pulling him up and getting him indoors by main force. (9)
  • He may nevertheless be right in considering that he is right in the main. (10)
  • She was created to attract the man, for an excellent purpose in the main. (10)
  • A main fact of their love, she said, must be their utter faith in each other. (9)
  • How I pitied him when I drove past the gates of the main route to Innsbruck! (10)
  • The waves of the Main were now reflecting the golden light of the morning sun. (5)
  • Their way was partly up the quay of the Main, past a barrack full of soldiers. (9)
  • But from 1901 came nine years when the critical was, in the main, holding sway. (8)
  • The dignified altercation had been witnessed by the main body of the tourists. (10)
  • These five divisions were the avant garde of the main body of the Italian army. (10)
  • As for the main subject of the letter, there was nothing in that to soothe irritation. (4)
  • Another big man came along next, in a little clearance, as it were, between main groups. (8)
  • He received the main part of his education at the Charterhouse, as we know to our profit. (10)
  • This time last year she had at least been in the main current of life, not a mere derelict. (8)
  • Her main offence was, that she revived for them so much of themselves that they had buried. (10)
  • She found the mother of the twins in the meadow by the Main and eagerly devoted herself to them. (5)
  • Her brother lord of Beckley Court, and all of them assembled in the old 193, Main Street, Lymport! (10)
  • In the line of the main road, he remembered a look he dropped on her, a look over his left shoulder. (10)
  • It is more than possible that these main channels will come to be two in number and situate far apart. (8)
  • Corte will push lower; and if I can get him to enter the plains and join the main army I shall rejoice. (10)
  • As they turned into the main street, a young woman starting out before the horses obliged Pippin to pull up. (8)
  • She was too miserable to care, hardly even knew when, in the main path again, she was free from his pursuit. (8)
  • The regiment was soon afterward forced back to the main line, and at the close of the battle was miles away. (1)
  • The road goes down through another valley, and then finally begins to scale the main slope of the Pentlands. (2)
  • What, then, are to be the main channels down which the renascent English drama will float in the coming years? (8)
  • Laws and authority are not the be-all and end-all, they are conveniences, machinery, conduit pipes, main roads. (8)
  • She really would seem to fancy that the ballad verifies the main lines of the story, which is an impossible one. (10)
  • At the opening of the battle that morning the regiment was performing outpost duty a mile away from the main army. (1)
  • Her main personal experience was in the social class which is primitively venatorial still, canine under its polish. (10)
  • The man was in a state of personal terror, burning with indignation at Van Diemen as the main cause of his jeopardy. (10)
  • But, Richie, determine not to think little of yourself: there is the main point; believe me, that is half the battle. (10)
  • The usual classification is into three main groups, =strings=, (bowed instruments), =wind= and =percussion= instruments. (3)
  • This signal of a dissension was heard along the main street of Epsom, and re-awakened the flagging hilarity of the road. (10)
  • It was that extraordinary complication of moves and checks which presents in the main a knot, for the powers above to cut. (10)
  • In this main thoroughfare it was not as in the by-street, and only dull or sullen glances, or none at all, were bent on her. (8)
  • The Grants showing a disposition to be friendly and sociable, gave great satisfaction in the main among their new acquaintance. (4)
  • At once he disencumbered his shoulders of the enormous wrapper, held it aloft imperiously, and by main force extinguished Emilia. (10)
  • His powers were placed in evidence by her not daring to utter a sarcasm, which was possibly the main cause of her burning fretfulness. (10)
  • It lay about two-thirds up between the main road and cliffs, and had a rock-garden and a glaring, brand-new look, in the afternoon sunlight. (8)
  • She, however, world not hear of a halt, and she was his main apology for being present; he was excruciatingly attached to the horrid woman. (10)
  • A crowd of maids gathered along the upper corridor of the main body of the building: two or three footmen hung lower down, bold in attitude. (10)
  • Sir Franks, with a gentlemanly delicacy natural to all lovers of a smooth world, begged him to see the main and the insurmountable objection. (10)
  • The Main widened and swam fuller as they approached the Rhine, and flooded the low-lying fields in-places with a pleasant effect under a wet sunset. (9)
  • The influence of Wagner is evident in a new French school, consisting in the main of young composers whose works manifest strongly transitional features. (3)

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