Definition of Mavie

1. mavis [n -S] - See also: mavis



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mavie

mauvely
mauveness
mauver
mauves
mauvest
mauvin
mauvine
mauvines
mauvins
mauvish
maven
mavenhood
mavens
maverick
mavericks
mavie (current term)
mavies
mavin
mavins
mavis
mavis skate
mavises
mavourneen
mavourneens
mavournin
mavournins
mavrodaphne
mavrodaphnes
mavrone
maw

Literary usage of Mavie

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1. London Society edited by James Hogg, Florence Marryat (1883)
"This last was, perhaps, just a shade too young to understand sentiment ; but the second, whose lovely name of ' mavie ' was, I regret to say, derived from ..."

2. Food from Peace: Breaking the Links Between Conflict and Hunger by Ellen Messer, Marc J. Cohen, Jashinta D'Costa (1998)
"Green (1994) and Green and mavie (1994) suggest the large scale of output forgone, expenditures diverted, and foreign exchange burdens indirectly related to ..."

3. The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents: Travels and Explorations of the by Jesuits, Reuben Gold Thwaites (1898)
"This passage, and a similar statement by mavie de l'Incarnation (note 8, ante), would indicate that the Jesuits had anticipated by twenty years Frontenac's ..."

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