I tell you, suh, I is done smell all de smells o' mink an' mus' an' puffume, but I ain' nuver smell nuttin' like dat jail.
Loo don't seem to know any stolies, so you mus' play wis me.
Then he dress himself, an' him tell his friends that him mus' talk to those young lady.
These certainly were no friends of mine; but then they were rats; they were of the race of mus.
Of course, it's a very small point; you musn't think I'm finding fault with her.
"You cyarn' say mus' to me," she said in a slow, repressed tone.
Den I tole him ef he think I gwine give him three dollars an' a half for dat foolishness he mus' think I big a fool as he wuz.
"Oh yes, so I mus';" and the Princess said it, quite undisturbed by her forgetfulness.
Marasmus, ma-raz′mus, n. a wasting of flesh without apparent disease, a kind of consumption.
The audience guesses that she is in the making-up room, but musn't say so.
mu (myōō, mōō)
Symbol μ The 12th letter of the Greek alphabet. adj.
Of, relating to, or being a polypeptide chain that is one of five types of heavy chains present in immunoglobins.