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motion.noun,.plural.motions
the ability or power to move (regained good motion in his arm); the manner in which the body moves, as in walking; the act or process of changing position or place; a meaningful or expressive change in the position of the body or a part of the body; a gesture; active operation (set the plan in motion); in law, an application made to a court for an order or a ruling; a motion is a  proposal or statement in a meeting, debate or trial, which is discussed and then voted on or decided on (the conference is now debating the motion and will vote on it shortly; opposition parties are likely to bring a no-confidence motion against the party of government now running the country)
motion, motioned, motioning, motions.verbs
transitive verb use.to direct by making a gesture (motioned us to our seats)
intransitive verb use.to signal by making a gesture (motioned to her to come aboard)
motionless.adjective
having or making no motion
motionlessly.adverb
motionlessness.noun
going through the motions.idiom
to do something in a mechanical manner indicative of a lack of interest or involvement

mumble, mumbled, mumbling, mumbles.verbs
transitive verb use.to utter.indistinctly by lowering the voice or partially closing the mouth (mumbled about the poor food)
intransitive verb use.to speak words indistinctly, as by lowering the voice or partially closing the mouth
mumbly.adjective
mumbler.noun

murmur, murmured, murmuring, murmurs.verbs
intransitive verb use.to make a low, continuous, indistinct sound or succession of sounds; to complain in low mumbling tones; voicing disapproval but not strongly, just enough to let others to know feelings you've lodged in your mind; grumble; complain
transitive verb use.to say in a low indistinct voice; utter indistinctly (murmured his approval); mutter
murmurer.noun,.plural.murmurers
murmuringly, murmurously.adverbs
murmurous.adjective
murmur.noun,.plural.murmurs
murmuring.noun,.plural.murmurings
a low, indistinct, continuous sound (spoke in a murmur; the murmur of the waves); an indistinct, whispered or confidential.complaint; a mutter; an abnormal sound, usually.emanating from the heart (she murmured her feelings)

mixture.noun,.plural.mixtures
the act or process of mixing (an alloy made from the mixture of two metals; the condition of being mixed (the inevitable mixtures of neighborhoods); something produced by mixing; something that consists of diverse.elements; (the day was a mixture of sun and clouds; a fabric made of different kinds of thread or yarn); in chemistry, a composition of two or more substances that are not chemically combined with each other and are capable of being separated
mix, mixed, mixing, mixes.verbs
transitive verb use.to combine or blend into one mass or mixture; to create or form by combining ingredients (mix a smoothie; mix cement); to add (an ingredient or element) to another (mix an egg into batter); to combine or join (mix joy with kindness); to bring into social contact (mix boys and girls in the classroom); in electronics, to combine two or more audio tracks or channels to produce a composite audio recording; to produce a soundtrack or recording in this manner
intransitive verb use.to become mixed or blended together; to be capable of being blended together (oil does not mix with water); to associate.socially or get along with others (he does not mix well at parties)
mix.noun
an act of mixing; a mixture of ingredients packaged and sold commercially (a cake mix); a blend of diverse elements; an amalgamation; in electronics, a recording that is produced by combining and adjusting two or more audio tracks or channels mix up.phrasal verb.to confuse; confound (his explanation just mixed me up more; I always mix up the twins); to involve or implicate (he got himself mixed up with the wrong people)
mixable.adjective

miff.noun
a petulant, bad-tempered mood; a huff; a petty.quarrel or argument; a tiff
miff, miffed, miffing, miffs.transitive verbs
to cause to become offended or annoyed; expressive of disgust

memorandum.noun,.plural.memorandums.or.memoranda
a short note written as a reminder; a short written statement outlining the terms of an agreement

manage, managed, managing, manages.verbs
transitive verb use.to direct or control the use of; handle (manage a complex machine tool); to direct the affairs or interests of (manage a project; an agency that manages performers); conduct; to succeed in accomplishing or achieving (managed to get through the storm without any damage to the house)
intransitive verb use.to direct or conduct business affairs; to continue to get along; carry on (learning how to manage on my own)
manageable.adjective
that can be managed or controlled (manageable expenses) manageability.or.manageableness.noun
manageably.adverb
management.noun
the act, manner.or.practice of managing; handling, supervision or control (management of factory concerns)
manager.noun
one who handles, controls or directs; one who controls resources and expenditures, as of a household; one who is in charge of the business affairs of something or someone such as an entertainer
managership.noun
the realm of responsibility of a manager

managerial.adjective
of, relating to or characteristic of a manager or management managerially.adverb

malefactor.noun,.plural.malefactors
one that has committed a crime; a criminal; an evildoer
malefaction.noun

myrrh.noun
an aromatic gum resin obtained from several trees and shrubs of the genus Commiphora of India, Arabia and eastern Africa, used in perfume and incense; also called balm of Gilead

metaphysical.adjective
of or relating to metaphysics; reasoning based on subjectivity; abstract or theoretical; abstruse.; immaterial; incorporeal; supernatural
metaphysically.adverb
metaphysics.noun
the branch of philosophy that examines the nature of reality, including the relationship between mind and matter, substance and attribute, fact and value; the theoretical or first principles of a particular.discipline (the metaphysics of law); a priori.speculation upon questions that are unanswerable to scientific observation, analysis or experiment
metaphysic.noun
a system of metaphysics; an underlying philosophical or theoretical principle (a belief in luck is the metaphysic of the gambler)

mesh.noun,.plural.meshes
mesh is material like a net made from wire, thread or plastic; any of the open spaces in a net or network; an interstice; the cords, threads or wires surrounding these spaces; an openwork fabric or structure; a net or network (a screen made of wire mesh); something that snares or entraps; the engagement of gear teeth; the state of being so engaged (gear teeth in mesh) mesh, meshed, meshing, meshes.verbs
transitive verb use.to catch in or as if in a net; ensnare; to cause gear teeth to become engaged; if two things or ideas mesh or are meshed, they go together well or fit together closely (their senses of humor meshed perfectly); to cause to work closely together; coordinate (the group worked closely together in order to finish the plan)
intransitive verb use.to become entangled; to become engaged or interlocked (gears that are not meshing properly); to fit together effectively; be coordinated; to accord with another or each other; harmonize
meshy.adjective

mold.noun,.plural.molds
a hollow.form or matrix for shaping a fluid or plastic substance; a frame or model around or on which something is formed or shaped; something that is made in or shaped on a mold (the children made gingerbread cookies that looked like a gingerbread man because of the molds they used); the shape or pattern of a mold; general shape or form (the oval mold of her face); distinctive.character or type (a great mom in the mold of her own mother)
mold, molded, molding, molds.verbs
transitive verb use.to shape in or on a mold; to form into a particular shape; give shape to; to guide or determine the growth or development of; influence (a homeschooling parent who molds the minds of her children); to make a mold of or from molten metal, for example before casting; to ornament with moldings
intransitive verb use.to be shaped in or as if in a mold (shoes that gradually molded to my feet)
moldable.adjective
molder.noun,.plural.molders
(my dad was a qualified brass molder, a sklllful thing it is to mold brass)

mold.noun
any of various fungi that often cause disintegration of organic.matter (mold in a house is bad for health, especially if it's black mold, sadly the result of modern building methods not allowing proper circulation); the growth of such fungi fed by moisture and warm temperature)
mold, molded, molding, molds
intransitive verb use.to become moldy; to grow moldy (bread left unrefrigerated soon becomes moldy); see penicillin
moldy, moldier, moldiest.adjectives
covered with or containing mold (moldy bread); musty or stale, as from age or decay
moldiness.noun
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