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-  Made of cardboard
-  Made of stiff cardboard
-  Mail a letter
-  Maintain that...
-  Make a blunder
-  Make a bouquet garni
-  Make a brief appearance
-  Make a bunch of mixed herbs
-  Make a clean breast of it
-  Make a confession
-  Make a crime look like an accident
-  Make a decision
-  Make a dental appointment
-  Make a dreadful fuss about it
-  Make a fresh start
-  Make a fuss
-  Make a fuss about something
-  Make a liaison
-  Make a long weekend of it
-  Make a mistake in one's calculations
-  Make a mountain out of a molehill
-  Make a name for oneself
-  Make a new life with someone
-  Make a nice couple
-  Make a noise
-  Make a packet
-  Make a paper hen
-  Make a payment into a bank account
-  Make a project happen
-  Make a purchase
-  Make a rabbit hutch
-  Make a racket
-  Make a real fuss
-  Make a spectacle of oneself
-  Make a swashbuckler
-  Make a verb agree
-  Make a wish
-  Make advances to someone
-  Make an accusation against someone
-  Make an adjective agree
-  Make an agreement with someone
-  Make an arrest
-  Make an effort!
-  Make an emergency landing
-  Make big profits
-  Make cheeseparing economies
-  Make concessions
-  Make contact
-  Make definite progress
-  Make every effort to do something
-  Make faces
-  Make friends with someone
-  Make good progress
-  Make hay while the sun shines
-  Make it a principle to do something
-  Make it snappy!
-  Make life difficult
-  Make life difficult for oneself
-  Make love
-  Make mincemeat of someone's arguments
-  Make new business contacts
-  Make no bones about one's annoyance
-  Make no mistake about it!
-  Make no secret of one's political views
-  Make no secret of something
-  Make one's career in teaching
-  Make one's contribution to something
-  Make one's First Communion
-  Make one's mark in a field
-  Make one's mouth water
-  Make one's way towards...
-  Make oneself comfortable
-  Make oneself indispensable
-  Make oneself scarce
-  Make oneself understood
-  Make plans for the future
-  Make progress
-  Make quite a splash
-  Make several trips
-  Make sheep's eyes at someone
-  Make short work of one's opponent
-  Make short work of something
-  Make small talk
-  Make somebody a proposition
-  Make someone cry
-  Make someone cry out
-  Make someone feel so ashamed
-  Make someone feel unwelcome
-  Make someone happy
-  Make someone toe the line
-  Make someone understand something
-  Make someone very welcome
-  Make someone's acquaintance
-  Make sure of something
-  Make sure that...
-  Make the children keep quiet!
-  Make the decision to do something
-  Make things clear
-  Make three copies of something
-  Make up lost time
-  Make up one's mind to do something
-  Make up with someone
-  Make waves
-  Make yourself at home!
-  Male child
-  Manage to...
-  Manage to do something
-  Manage to get out of a difficult situation
-  Management...
-  Manufacture shower cubicles
-  Manufacture shower stalls
-  Many a mickle makes a muckle
-  Many drops make a shower
-  Many of them...
-  March
-  March winds and April showers bring forth May flowers
-  Mark on drums!
-  Marks in this subject are weighted by a factor of 5
-  Marry into a wealthy family
-  Match...
-  Match point!
-  Mate!
-  Maybe...
-  Me and my big mouth!
-  Meet all the requirements
-  Meet halfway
-  Meet in a small group
-  Meet new people
-  Meet safety standards
-  Meet someone
-  Meet someone secretly
-  Meet the love of one's life
-  Men and women in high places
-  Merely smile
-  Mess around
-  Mess up a room
-  Mess up somewhere
-  Middle-class children have more advantages
-  Might makes right
-  Mighty oaks from little acorns grow
-  Mind one's Ps and Qs
-  Mind your own beeswax!
-  Mind your own business!
-  Miscalculate
-  Misfortune never comes singly
-  Mislead someone
-  Miss one's turn
-  Miss the boat
-  Mistake someone for someone else
-  Mistake something for something else
-  Mocking me...
-  Money begets money
-  Money can't buy happiness
-  Money does not grow on trees
-  Money doesn't buy happiness
-  Money has no smell
-  Money is the sinew of war
-  Money isn't everything
-  Money makes money
-  Money makes the world go round
-  Money never comes out of season
-  Moonlight
-  Moral zealots...
-  More power to your elbow!
-  More than any other...
-  More than enough is too much
-  Move heaven and earth
-  Move on will you!
-  Move onto the attack
-  Move someone
-  Move someone to a different place
-  Move something
-  Move something near to...
-  Move something to a different place
-  Much quicker
-  Much slower
-  Multiply by a hundred
-  Mum's the word
-  Must be seeing things
-  Mutter under one's breath
-  My boss is always breathing down my neck
-  My boss sent for me
-  My car is acting up
-  My chances of passing the exam are slim
-  My chest feels tight
-  My computer has gone haywire!
-  My daughter is the youngest child
-  My dear!
-  My ears are ringing!
-  My efforts have come to nothing
-  My employment contract mentions...
-  My eyes are smarting!
-  My foot!
-  My God!
-  My hands are full!
-  My head is spinning
-  My heart is pounding
-  My heart missed a beat
-  My heart sank
-  My legs are killing me!
-  My legs feel like jelly
-  My life is hanging by a thread
-  My love
-  My memory is failing me
-  My memory is going blank
-  My memory is playing tricks on me
-  My mind is failing me
-  My mind is going blank
-  My mistake!
-  My nose is blocked!
-  My place is tiny!
-  My pride has been hurt!
-  My pupils don't learn anything!
-  My shoes hurt
-  My son is the youngest child
-  My watch is ten minutes fast
-  My wife is a Capricorn
-  My wife is Capricorn



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