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What make you here? What do you want? What are you come here for? A French phrase: “Que faites-vous ici?

“Now, sir, what make you here?”—Shakespeare: As You Like It, i. 1.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Main-brace
Main Chance (The)
Mainote
Maintain
Maitland Club (The)
Maize
Majesty
Majesty
Majolica Ware
Majority
Make
Make a hand of or on (To)
Make a Hit (To)
Make a Virtue of Necessity (To)
Make away with (To)
Make away with Oneself (To)
Make Bricks without Straw (To)
Make Eyes at (To)
Make Mountains of Molehills (To)
Make one’s Bread (To)
Make the Door (To)