mark[ mahrk ]SEE DEFINITION OF mark
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MARK
And what monument would you have reared to mark the spot where Anaxagoras sleeps?
Mrs. Rushton was pleased with this mark of attention, and after a slight demur, accepted.
The voyage was more than half completed, and nothing of importance had occurred to mark it.
Their faces fell, and even Mark began a gentle expostulation.
Mark was in many things an exception—a curious mixture of child and youth.
Why shouldn't piggy have his fun as well as another—eh, Mark?
"Mind we don't forget to mention it as we go back," he said to Mark.
She was running towards them-shrieking, and no Mark was to be seen.
But before he knew, Mark had stretched his arms to Hester, and was out of his into hers.
When at length they reached home, Mark was put to bed, and the doctor sent for.