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merry, merrier, merriest.adjectives
full of high-spirited.gaiety; jolly; marked by or offering fun and gaiety; festive (a merry evening)
merrily.adverb
merriness.noun
merrymaking.noun
participation in festive activities; a festivity (festive activities abound around the time of Christmas)
merrymaker.noun
merriment.noun
high-spirited fun and enjoyment; hilarity; mirth

malt.noun,.plural.malts
grain, usually barley, that has been allowed to sprout, used chiefly in brewing and distilling (Scottish single or blended malt whiskey); an alcoholic beverage, such as beer or ale, brewed from malt
malt, malted, malting, malts.verbs
transitive verb use.to process grain into malt; to treat or mix with malt or a malt extract
intransitive verb use to become malt

maltose.noun
a white crystalline sugar, C12H22O11·H2O, formed during the digestion of starch, also called malt sugar

mail.noun,.plural.mails
flexible.armor.composed of small overlapping metal rings, loops of chain or scales; the protective covering of certain animals, as the shell of a turtle; materials, such as letters and packages, handled in a postal.system; postal material for a specific person or organization; material processed for distribution from a post office at a specified time (the morning mail); a system by which letters, packages and other postal materials are transported 
mail, mailed, mailing, mails.transitive verbs
to cover or armor with mail; to send by mail
intransitive verb use to send letters and other postal material by mail

minuend.noun,.plural.minuends
in mathematics/arithmetic, the quantity from which another quantity, the subtrahend, is to be subtracted; in the equation 50 16 = 34, the minuend is 50

melting point.noun,.plural.melting points
the temperature at which a solid becomes a liquid at standard atmospheric pressure, which occurs at sea level; see also freezing point

melt, melted, melting, melts.verbs
intransitive verb use to be changed from a solid to a liquid state by application of heat or pressure or both; to dissolve (sugar melts in water); to disappear or vanish gradually as if by dissolving (the crowd melted away after the game); to pass or merge.imperceptibly into something else (sea melted into sky along the horizon); to become softened in feeling (our hearts melted at the child's tears)
transitive verb use to change a solid to a liquid state by the application of heat or pressure or both;l to dissolve (the tide melted our sand castle away); to cause to disappear gradually; disperse; to soften someone's feelings; make gentle or tender melt.noun
a melted solid; a fused.mass; the state of being melted; the act or operation of melting; an open sandwich topped with melted cheese (a salmon melt)
meltingly.adverb
meltable, melty.adjectives
melter, meltability.nouns

miner.noun,.plural.miners
one whose work or business it is to extract ore or minerals from the Earth; a machine for the automatic extraction of minerals, especially of coal

mine.noun,.plural.mines
an excavation in the Earth from which ore or minerals can be extracted; the site of such an excavation, with its surface buildings, elevator shafts and equipment; an abundant supply or source of something valuable (this guidebook is a mine of information); an explosive.device used to destroy enemy personnel, shipping, fortifications or equipment, often placed in a concealed position and designed to be detonated by contact, proximity or a time fuse
mine, mined, mining, mines.verbs
transitive verb use to extract ore or minerals from the Earth; to dig a mine in the Earth to obtain ore or minerals; to tunnel under the Earth's surface; to lay explosive mines in or under; to delve into and make use of; exploit (mine the archives for detailed information)
intransitive verb use to excavate the Earth for the purpose of extracting ore or minerals; to work in a mine; to dig a tunnel under the surface of Earth; to lay explosive mines

mine.pronominal
used to indicate possession; the one or ones belonging to me (the green coat is mine; if you can't find your hat, take mine) mine.adjective
the possessive form of I

minor.adjective
a lesser or smaller in amount, extent or size; insignificant; lesser in importance, rank or stature (a minor matter); lesser in seriousness or danger (a tiny cut on the hand is usually a minor injury); being under age for matters set down by society as inappropritat; not yet an adult of 18 or 21; of or relating to a secondary area of academic specialization; in music, relating to or being a minor scale; less in distance by a half step than the corresponding major interval; based on a minor scale (a minor key)
minor.noun,.plural.minors
something that is lesser in comparison with others of the same class; a person who has not reached full age, regarded by the accepted norms of society; a secondary area of specialized academic study, requiring fewer courses or credits than a major subject; one studying in a secondary area of specialization (she is a chemistry minor); in music, a minor key, scale or interval; in sports, the minors the minor leagues of a sport, such as baseball minor, minored, minoring, minors.intransitive verbs
to pursue.academic studies in a minor field (minored in literature)

millstone.noun,.plural.millstones
one of a pair of cylindrical stones used in a mill for grinding grain; heavy weight; a burden (this job is a millstone around my neck)

maiden.noun,.plural.maidens
a virgin; an unmarried girl or woman; in sports, a racehorse that has never won a race
maiden.adjective
of, relating.to.or.befitting a maiden (a maiden blush); being an unmarried girl or woman (a maiden aunt); inexperienced; untried (was the ship's maiden voyage; a maiden surfer); the maiden voyage or flight of a ship or aircraft is the first main journey that it makes (in 1912, the Titanic sank on her maiden voyage); being a racehorse that has never won a race; the first or earliest

morph-preface
form; shape; structure
morphogenesis.noun
formation of the structure of an organism or part; differentiation and growth of tissues and organs during development
morphogenetic.or.morphogenic.adjective
morphogenetically.adverb
morpheme.noun,.plural.morphemes
Linguistics:.a meaningful linguistic unit consisting of a word, such as 'man' or a word element such as 'ed' in 'walked', that cannot be divided into smaller meaningful parts; see allomorph
morphemically.adverb
morphemic.adjective
morphophonemics.noun, used with a plural verb
the changes in pronunciation undergone by allomorphs of morphemes as they are modified by neighboring sounds
morphophonemic.adjective
from Greek 'morphe' meaning shape

meretricious.adjective
something that is meretricious seems attractive but has no real.value or is not based on truth (meretricious research); attracting attention in a vulgar.manner (meretricious ornamentation); gaudy; plausible but false or insincere; specious (meretricious reasonings); meretricious stresses.falsity and may describe a tawdry show that beckons with a false allure or promise (a meretricious wasteland of casinos and bars)
meretriciously.adverb
meretriciousness.noun

maximum.noun,.plural.maximums or maxima
the greatest possible quantity or degree; the greatest quantity or degree reached or recorded; the upper limit of variation (at one time quantum.physicists thought the maximum micro size anything could possibly be was that of an atom); the time or period during which the highest point or degree is attained
maximum.adjective
having or being the greatest quantity or the highest degree that has been or can be attained (maximum temperature; maximum velocity)
maximal.adjective
of, relating.to.or.consisting of a maximum; being the greatest or highest possible
maximally.adverb
maximize, maximized, maximizing, maximizes.transitive verbs
to increase or make as great as possible; to assign the highest possible importance to; in mathematics, to find the largest.value of, say, a function
maximization.noun,.plural.maximizations
maximizer.noun,.plural.maximizers

markup.noun
the amount added to the cost price of goods to cover overhead and profit
Computers:.a set of codes.assigned to elements of a body of data to indicate their structural or logical.relation to the rest of the data, such as in an HTML.document used for communication on the Internet

mortise.also.mortice.noun
a usually.rectangular cavity in a piece of wood, stone or other material, prepared to receive a tenon and thus form a joint
mortises, mortised, mortising.transitive verbs
to join or fasten.securely, as with a mortise and tenon; to make a mortise in

model.noun,.plural.models
a small object, usually built to scale, that represents in detail another, often larger object (children enjoy building model cars, trains and airplanes); a preliminary work or construction that serves as a plan from which a final product is to be made (a clay model ready for casting); such a work or construction used in testing or perfecting a final product (a model of the completed library; a test model of a magnetically-powered vehicle); a style or design of an item (my car is a ten year old model); one serving as an example to be imitated or compared (a model of decorum); an ideal); one that serves as the subject for an artist, especially a person employed to pose for a painter, sculptor or photographer
model, models, modeled, modeling.verbs
transitive verb use.to make or construct a model of; to plan, construct or fashion to according to a model; to make conform to a chosen.standard (he modeled his manners on his father's); to make by shaping a plastic substance (model clay); to display by wearing or posing
intransitive verb use.to make a model; to serve as a model
model.adjective
being, serving as or used as a model; worthy of imitation (a model child)
modeler.noun
modeling.noun
the act or art of sculpturing or forming in a pliable material, such as clay or wax; the act or profession of being a model

monetary.adjective
of.or.relating to money; of or relating to a nation's currency or coinage; financial
monetarily.adverb

money.noun,.plural.moneys.or.monies
a system of tokens approved by people in the country in which they may be living and provided usually for them by their government, such tokens having various.values representing confidence in them, as when they are used for exchanging efforts expended in producing items.or in providing services; money is the coins or printed bank notes that you use to buy things or the sum that you have in a bank account

multitude.noun,.plural.multitudes
the condition or quality of being numerous; a great number (at the party was a multitude of children, young men and women)
multitudinous.adjective
numerous; existing in large numbers the group was at least one thousand or more); consisting of many parts (an automobile has over 30,000 parts); populous; crowded
multitudinously.adverb
multitudinousness.noun

madness.noun
the quality or condition of being insane; insanity; great folly (it was sheer madness to attempt the drive during a blizzard); stupid.behavior that could be dangerous or have a bad effect (it would be madness to drive all that way on your own; cutting down the forest is sheer madness)

mad, madder, maddest.adjectives
angry; resentful (she looked mad all the time because she was living out of her past hurts); insane; temporarily or apparently.deranged by violent.sensations, emotions or ideas (mad with jealousy); in delirium due to drinking too much alcohol); lacking.restraint.or.reason; foolish (I must have been mad to hire her in the first place); feeling or showing strong liking or enthusiasm (mad about sports); marked by extreme.excitement (a mad scramble to catch the bus on time); affected by rabies; rabid
mad, madded, madding, mads.intransitive and transitive verbs
to make or become mad; madden
like mad.idiom
wildly; impetuously (drove like mad to get home before the snowing got worse); to an intense degree or great extent (worked like mad; snowing like mad)
mad as a hatter.idiom
crazy; deranged; the phrase mad as a hatter comes originally from the processing of fabrics that were made into hats where they used to use mercury which in time makes people mentally incompetent and precipitates their death; the same mercury is still used in vaccinations and dentistry, so we can see who was mad enough to use it on others and in spite of the thousands of papers on it being harmful, idiots who don't believe peer reviewed research are of the mind of its continued use, but of course they don't want to be sued for their past errors, now do they?
maddish.adjective
madden, maddened, maddening, maddens.verbs
transitive verb use.to make angry; irritate; to drive someone almost insane
intransitive verb use.to become infuriated
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