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  1. macadamizev.To cover or pave, as a path or roadway, with small broken stone
  2. machineryn.The parts of a machine or engine, taken collectively
  3. machinistn.One who makes or repairs machines, or uses metal-working tools
  4. macrocosmn.The whole of any sphere or department of nature or knowledge to which man is related
  5. maddenv.To inflame with passion
  6. Madonnan.A painted or sculptured representation of the Virgin, usually with the infant Jesus
  7. magiciann.A sorcerer
  8. magisterialadj.Having an air of authority
  9. magistracyn.The office or dignity of a magistrate
  10. magnanimousadj.Generous in treating or judging others
  11. magnaten.A person of rank or importance
  12. magnetn.A body possessing that peculiar form of polarity found in nature in the lodestone
  13. magnetizev.To make a magnet of, permanently, or temporarily
  14. magnificencen.The exhibition of greatness of action, character, intellect, wealth, or power
  15. magnificentadj.Grand or majestic in appearance, quality, or action
  16. magnituden.Importance
  17. maharajan.A great Hindu prince
  18. maidenhoodn.Virginity
  19. maintainv.To hold or preserve in any particular state or condition
  20. maintenancen.That which supports or sustains
  21. maizen.Indian corn: usually in the United States called simply corn
  22. makeupn.The arrangements or combination of the parts of which anything is composed
  23. maladyn.Any physical disease or disorder, especially a chronic or deep-seated one
  24. malarian.A fever characterized by alternating chills, fever, and sweating
  25. malcontentn.One who is dissatisfied with the existing state of affairs
  26. maledictionn.The calling down of a curse or curses
  27. malefactorn.One who injures another
  28. maleficentadj.Mischievous
  29. malevolencen.Ill will
  30. malevolentadj.Wishing evil to others
  31. malignv.To speak evil of, especially to do so falsely and severely
  32. malignantadj.Evil in nature or tending to do great harm or mischief
  33. malleableadj.Pliant
  34. malletn.A wooden hammer
  35. maltreatv.To treat ill, unkindly, roughly, or abusively
  36. man-trapn.A place or structure dangerous to human life
  37. mandaten.A command
  38. mandatoryadj.Expressive of positive command, as distinguished from merely directory
  39. manen.The long hair growing upon and about the neck of certain animals, as the horse and the lion
  40. man-eatern.An animal that devours human beings
  41. maneuverv.To make adroit or artful moves: manage affairs by strategy
  42. manian.Insanity
  43. maniacn.a person raving with madness
  44. manifeston.A public declaration, making announcement, explanation or defense of intentions, or motives
  45. manlikeadj.Like a man
  46. manlinessn.The qualities characteristic of a true man, as bravery, resolution, etc
  47. mannerismn.Constant or excessive adherence to one manner, style, or peculiarity, as of action or conduct
  48. manorn.The landed estate of a lord or nobleman
  49. manteln.The facing, sometimes richly ornamented, about a fireplace, including the usual shelf above it
  50. mantlen.A cloak
  51. manufacturern.A person engaged in manufacturing as a business
  52. manumissionn.Emancipation
  53. manumitv.To set free from bondage
  54. marineadj.Of or pertaining to the sea or matters connected with the sea
  55. maritimeadj.Situated on or near the sea
  56. maroonv.To put ashore and abandon (a person) on a desolate coast or island
  57. martialadj.Pertaining to war or military operations
  58. Martianadj.Pertaining to Mars, either the Roman god of war or the planet
  59. martyrdomn.Submission to death or persecution for the sake of faith or principle
  60. marvelv.To be astonished and perplexed because of (something)
  61. masonryn.The art or work of constructing, as buildings, walls, etc., with regularly arranged stones
  62. masqueraden.A social party composed of persons masked and costumed so as to be disguised
  63. massacren.The unnecessary and indiscriminate killing of human beings
  64. massiveadj.Of considerable bulk and weight
  65. masterpiecen.A superior production
  66. masteryn.The attainment of superior skill
  67. materialn.That of which anything is composed or may be constructed
  68. materializev.To take perceptible or substantial form
  69. maternaladj.Pertaining or peculiar to a mother or to motherhood
  70. matineen.An entertainment (especially theatrical) held in the daytime
  71. matriciden.The killing, especially the murdering, of one's mother
  72. matrimonyn.The union of a man and a woman in marriage
  73. matrixn.That which contains and gives shape or form to anything
  74. matter of factn.Something that has actual and undeniable existence or reality
  75. maudlinadj.Foolishly and tearfully affectionate
  76. mausoleumn.A tomb of more than ordinary size or architectural pretensions
  77. mawkishadj.Sickening or insipid
  78. maximn.A principle accepted as true and acted on as a rule or guide
  79. mazen.A labyrinth
  80. meadn.A meadow
  81. meageradj.scanty
  82. mealy-mouthedadj.Afraid to express facts or opinions plainly
  83. meanderv.To wind and turn while proceeding in a course
  84. mechanicsn.The branch of physics that treats the phenomena caused by the action of forces
  85. medallionn.A large medal
  86. meddlesomeadj.Interfering
  87. medialadj.Of or pertaining to the middle
  88. mediatev.To effect by negotiating as an agent between parties
  89. medicinen.A substance possessing or reputed to possess curative or remedial properties
  90. medievaladj.Belonging or relating to or descriptive of the middle ages
  91. mediocreadj.Ordinary
  92. meditationn.The turning or revolving of a subject in the mind
  93. medleyn.A composition of different songs or parts of songs arranged to run as a continuous whole
  94. melioratev.To make better or improve, as in quality or social or physical condition
  95. mellifluousadj.Sweetly or smoothly flowing
  96. melodiousadj.Characterized by a sweet succession of sounds
  97. melodraman.A drama with a romantic story or plot and sensational situation and incidents
  98. mementon.A souvenir
  99. memorableadj.Noteworthy
  100. menacen.A threat
  101. menagerien.A collection of wild animals, especially when kept for exhibition
  102. mendaciousadj.Untrue
  103. mendicantn.A beggar
  104. mentalityn.Intellectuality
  105. mentorn.A wise and faithful teacher, guide, and friend
  106. mercantileadj.Conducted or acting on business principles; commercial
  107. mercenaryadj.Greedy
  108. mercifuladj.Disposed to pity and forgive
  109. mercilessadj.Cruel
  110. meretriciousadj.Alluring by false or gaudy show
  111. mesmerizev.To hypnotize
  112. messieursn.pl.Gentlemen
  113. metaln.An element that forms a base by combining with oxygen, is usually hard, heavy, and lustrous
  114. metallurgyn.The art or science of extracting a metal from ores, as by smelting
  115. metamorphosisn.A passing from one form or shape into another
  116. metaphorn.A figure of speech in which one object is likened to another, by speaking as if the other
  117. metaphysicaladj.Philosophical
  118. metaphysiciann.One skilled in metaphysics
  119. metaphysicsn.The principles of philosophy as applied to explain the methods of any particular science
  120. metev.To apportion
  121. metempsychosisn.Transition of the soul of a human being at death into another body, whether human or beast
  122. meticulousadj.Over-cautious
  123. metonymyn.A figure of speech that consists in the naming of a thing by one of its attributes
  124. metricadj.Relating to measurement
  125. metronomen.An instrument for indicating and marking exact time in music
  126. metropolisn.A chief city, either the capital or the largest or most important city of a state
  127. metropolitanadj.Pertaining to a chief city
  128. mettlen.Courage
  129. mettlesomeadj.Having courage or spirit
  130. microcosmn.The world or universe on a small scale
  131. micrometern.An instrument for measuring very small angles or dimensions
  132. microphonen.An apparatus for magnifying faint sounds
  133. microscopen.An instrument for assisting the eye in the vision of minute objects or features of objects
  134. microscopicadj.Adapted to or characterized by minute observation
  135. microscopyn.The art of examing objects with the microscope
  136. midsummern.The middle of the summer
  137. midwifen.A woman who makes a business of assisting at childbirth
  138. mienn.The external appearance or manner of a person
  139. migrantadj.Wandering
  140. migratev.To remove or pass from one country, region, or habitat to another
  141. migratoryadj.Wandering
  142. mileagen.A distance in miles
  143. militantadj.Of a warlike or combative disposition or tendency
  144. militarismn.A policy of maintaining great standing armies
  145. militatev.To have weight or influence (in determining a question)
  146. militian.Those citizens, collectively, who are enrolled and drilled in temporary military organizations
  147. Milky Wayn.The galaxy
  148. milletn.A grass cultivated for forage and cereal
  149. mimicv.To imitate the speech or actions of
  150. miniatureadj.Much smaller than reality or that the normal size
  151. minimizev.To reduce to the smallest possible amount or degree
  152. minionn.A servile favorite
  153. ministrationn.Any religious ceremonial
  154. ministryn.A service
  155. minorityn.The smaller in number of two portions into which a number or a group is divided
  156. minuteadj.Exceedingly small in extent or quantity
  157. minutian.A small or unimportant particular or detail
  158. miragen.An optical effect looking like a sheet of water in the desert
  159. misadventuren.An unlucky accident
  160. misanthropicadj.Hating mankind
  161. misanthropyn.Hatred of mankind
  162. misapprehendv.To misunderstand
  163. misbehavev.To behave ill
  164. misbehaviorn.Ill or improper behavior
  165. mischievousadj.Fond of tricks
  166. miscountv.To make a mistake in counting
  167. miscreantn.A villain
  168. misdeedn.A wrong or improper act
  169. misdemeanorn.Evil conduct, small crime
  170. misern.A person given to saving and hoarding unduly
  171. mishapn.Misfortune
  172. misinterpretv.To misunderstand
  173. mislayv.To misplace
  174. mismanagev.To manage badly, improperly, or unskillfully
  175. misnomern.A name wrongly or mistakenly applied
  176. misogamyn.Hatred of marriage
  177. misogynyn.Hatred of women
  178. misplacev.To put into a wrong place
  179. misrepresentv.To give a wrong impression
  180. misrulev.To misgovern
  181. missaln.The book containing the service for the celebration of mass
  182. missilen.Any object, especially a weapon, thrown or intended to be thrown
  183. missiven.A message in writing
  184. mistrustv.To regard with suspicion or jealousy
  185. mistyadj.Lacking clearness
  186. misunderstandv.To Take in a wrong sense
  187. misusev.To maltreat
  188. miten.A very small amount, portion, or particle
  189. mitern.The junction of two bodies at an equally divided angle
  190. mitigatev.To make milder or more endurable
  191. mnemonicsn.A system of principles and formulas designed to assist the recollection in certain instances
  192. moatn.A ditch on the outside of a fortress wall
  193. mobocracyn.Lawless control of public affairs by the mob or populace
  194. moccasinn.A foot-covering made of soft leather or buckskin
  195. mockeryn.Ridicule
  196. moderationn.Temperance
  197. moderatorn.The presiding officer of a meeting
  198. modernityn.The state or character of being modern
  199. modernizev.To make characteristic of the present or of recent times
  200. modificationn.A change
  201. modifyv.To make somewhat different
  202. modishadj.Fashionable
  203. modulatev.To vary in tone, inflection, pitch or other quality of sound
  204. mollifyv.To soothe
  205. moltv.To cast off, as hair, feathers, etc
  206. momentaryadj.Lasting but a short time
  207. momentousadj.Very significant
  208. momentumn.An impetus
  209. monarchyn.Government by a single, sovereign ruler
  210. monasteryn.A dwelling-place occupied in common by persons under religious vows of seclusion
  211. monetaryadj.Financial
  212. mongreln.The progeny resulting from the crossing of different breeds or varieties
  213. monitionn.Friendly counsel given by way of warning and implying caution or reproof
  214. monitoryn.Admonition or warning
  215. monocracyn.Government by a single person
  216. monogamyn.The habit of pairing, or having but one mate
  217. monogramn.A character consisting of two or more letters interwoven into one, usually initials of a name
  218. monographn.A treatise discussing a single subject or branch of a subject
  219. monolithn.Any structure or sculpture in stone formed of a single piece
  220. monologuen.A story or drama told or performed by one person
  221. monomanian.The unreasonable pursuit of one idea
  222. monopolyn.The control of a thing, as a commodity, to enable a person to raise its price
  223. monosyllablen.A word of one syllable
  224. monotonen.The sameness or monotony of utterance
  225. monotonousadj.Unchanging and tedious
  226. monotonyn.A lack of variety
  227. monsieurn.A French title of respect, equivalent to Mr.and sir
  228. monstrosityn.Anything unnaturally huge or distorted
  229. moonbeamn.A ray of moonlight
  230. moralen.A state of mind with reference to confidence, courage, zeal, and the like
  231. moralistn.A writer on ethics
  232. moralityn.Virtue
  233. moralizev.To render virtuous
  234. moratoriumn.An emergency legislation authorizing a government suspend some action temporarily
  235. morbidadj.Caused by or denoting a diseased or unsound condition of body or mind
  236. mordaciousadj.Biting or giving to biting
  237. mordantadj.Biting
  238. moribundadj.On the point of dying
  239. moroseadj.Gloomy
  240. morphologyn.the science of organic forms
  241. motleyadj.Composed of heterogeneous or inharmonious elements
  242. motton.An expressive word or pithy sentence enunciating some guiding rule of life, or faith
  243. mountaineern.One who travels among or climbs mountains for pleasure or exercise
  244. mountainousadj.Full of or abounding in mountains
  245. mouthfuln.As much as can be or is usually put into the or exercise
  246. muddlev.To confuse or becloud, especially with or as with drink
  247. mufflev.To deaden the sound of, as by wraps
  248. mulatton.The offspring of a white person and a black person
  249. muleteern.A mule-driver
  250. multiformadj.Having many shapes, or appearances
  251. multiplicityn.the condition of being manifold or very various
  252. mundaneadj.Worldly, as opposed to spiritual or celestial
  253. municipaladj.Of or pertaining to a town or city, or to its corporate or local government
  254. municipalityn.A district enjoying municipal government
  255. munificencen.A giving characterized by generous motives and extraordinary liberality
  256. munificentadj.Extraordinarily generous
  257. mustern.An assemblage or review of troops for parade or inspection, or for numbering off
  258. mutationn.The act or process of change
  259. mutilatev.To disfigure
  260. mutinyn.Rebellion against lawful or constituted authority
  261. myriadn.A vast indefinite number
  262. mysticn.One who professes direct divine illumination, or relies upon meditation to acquire truth
  263. mystificationn.The act of artfully perplexing
  264. mythn.A fictitious narrative presented as historical, but without any basis of fact
  265. mythologyn.The whole body of legends cherished by a race concerning gods and heroes

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