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misinterpret, misinterpreted, misinterpreting, misinterprets.transitive verbs
to interpret.inaccurately; to explain inaccurately
misinterpretation, misinterpreter.nouns

Massachusett also Massachuset.noun,.plural.Massachusett or Massachusetts also Massachuset or Massachusets
a Native American people formerly located along Massachusetts Bay from Plymouth north to Salem; reduced by epidemics, the Massachusett ceased to exist as a people during the 17th century; a member of this people; the Algonquian language of the Massachusett

mankind.noun
the human.race; humankind; men, women and children; humanity

must.auxiliary verb
you use must to indicate that you think it is very important or necessary for something to happen; you use must not or mustn't to indicate that you think it is very important or necessary for something not to happen (what you wear should be stylish and clean and must definitely fit well; a doctor must not allow the patient to be put at risk); to be obliged or required by morality, law or custom (people must monitor government to ensure policies affecting them are what the voters wanted); to be compelled, as by a physical necessity or requirement (people and plants must have Sunlight, oxygen and nutrition in order to live); used to express a command or an admonition (you must not go alone; you simply must be careful); to be determined to; have as a fixed resolve (if you must leave, please come visit again soon); used to indicate logical.probability or presumptive.certainty (if the lights were on, they must have been at home)
must.noun,.plural.musts
something that is absolutely.required or indispensable (promptness on the job is a must; these are musts we are taking on our trip; comfortable shoes are a must when taking a walking tour of the countryside; this movie is a must see) 

must.noun
the unfermented or fermenting juice expressed.from fruit, such as grapes

musth.also.must.noun
an annual period of heightened aggressiveness and sexual activity in male elephants, during which violent frenzies occur

musty, mustier, mustiest.adjectives
stale or moldy in odor or taste; out of date; antiquated; out of use or practice
mustily.adverb
mustiness.noun

memorial.noun,.plural.memorials
something, such as a monument or holiday, intended to celebrate or honor the memory of a person or an event; a written statement of facts or petition presented to a legislative body
memorial.adjective
serving as a remembrance of a person or an event; commemorative; of, relating.to.or.being in memory
memorially.adverb
in memoriam.preposition
an expression.meaning.'in memory of', often used on the stone above the place where a dead person is buried

monument.noun,.plural.monuments
a structure, such as a building or sculpture, erected as a memorial, such as the monument to the 10 million Ukrainians starved to death on purpose by Josef Stalin; an inscribed marker placed at a grave; a tombstone; something.venerated for its enduring.historic.significance or association with a notable past person or thing (traditions that are monuments to an earlier era); an object, such as a post or stone, fixed in the ground so as to mark a boundary or position

monumental.adjective
of, resembling or serving as a monument; impressively large, sturdy and enduring; of outstanding.significance (Nassim Haramein's monumental contributions to physics); astounding (monumental talent)
monumentally.adverb
monumentality.noun

millwright.noun,.plural.millwrights
one that designs, builds or repairs mills or mill machinery

mill.noun,.plural.mills
a device or mechanism that grinds grain; a building equipped with machinery for grinding grain into flour or meal; a machine or device that reduces a solid or coarse.substance into pulp or minute grains by crushing, grinding or pressing (a coffee grinder; a pepper mill); a machine that releases the juice of fruits and vegetables by pressing or grinding (a juicer; a cider mill); a machine, such as one for stamping coins, that produces something by the repetition of a simple process; any of various machines for shaping, cutting, polishing or dressing metal surfaces; a building or group of buildings equipped with machinery for processing raw materials into finished or industrial products (a textile mill; a steel mill)
mill, milled, milling, mills.verbs
transitive verb use.to grind, pulverize or break down into smaller particles in a mill; to transform or process.mechanically in a mill; to shape, polish, dress or finish in a mill or with a milling tool; to agitate or stir until foamy; to halt a cattle stampede by turning the lead animals in a wide arc so that they form the center of a gradually tightening spiral
intransitive verb use.to move around in churning confusion 

mason.noun,.plural.masons
one who builds or works with stone or brick
mason, masoned, masoning, masons.transitive verbs
to build of or strengthen with masonry
masonry.noun,.plural.masonries
the trade of a mason; work done by a mason, a skilled tradesman in stonework or brickwork

Mason.noun,.plural.Masons
a Freemason is a person who was a member of a guild of skilled.itinerant masons during the Middle Ages; also, refers to one belonging to an international fraternal and charitable organization with secret rites and signs
Masonry.noun
another name for Freemasonry

motto.noun,.plural.mottos
a brief.statement.used.to.express a principle, a goal.or an ideal; a saying to abide by; a maxim.adopted as a guide to one's conduct; a slogan

machine.noun,.plural.machines
a device.consisting of fixed and moving parts that modifies.mechanical.energy and transmits that into a more useful.form; a simple device, such as a lever, a pulley or an inclined.plane, that alters the magnitude or direction or both, of an applied force; a system or device for doing work, as an automobile or a jackhammer, together with its power source and auxiliary.equipment; a system or device, such as a computer, that performs or assists in the performance of a human task; an intricate natural system or organism, such as the human body; a person who acts in a rigid, mechanical.manner
machine.adjective
of, relating.to.or.felt to resemble a machine (machine repairs) machine, machined, machining, machines.verbs
transitive verb use.to cut, shape or finish by machine
intransitive verb use.to be cut, shaped or finished by machine (the metal for use in vehicles is easily machined)
machinable.adjective
machineless.adjective
being without a machine to do the work intended
machinery.noun,.plural.machineries
machines or machine parts considered as a group; the working parts of a particular machine; a system of related.components that operate in a definable.manner (the machinery of a family managing their home and lives); a device or means of achieving or effecting a result

meal.noun,.plural.meals
edible whole or coarsely.ground grains of a cereal grass; a granular.substance produced by grinding

meal.noun,.plural.meals
the food served and eaten in one sitting; a customary time or occasion of eating food (mealtime is usually at about 5pm)

measure.noun,.plural.measures
to determine.information from something, such as, if you measure the quality, value or effect of something, you discover or judge how great it is; dimensions, quantity or capacity as ascertained by comparison with a standard; a reference standard or sample used for the quantitative comparison of properties (the standard kilogram is maintained as a measure of mass; a unit.specified by a scale, such as an inch or by variable.conditions, such as half a day's trek (check a measuring tape and you'll see the gradations of 1/16th of an inch and the millimeter gradations as well); a system of measurement such as the metric system with its millimeters, meters, hectares, millilitres, litres, grams, kilograms, etc. or the imperial system with its inches, feet, yards, acres, ounces, pints, quarts, gallons, bushels, etc.; the act of measuring (please measure the width of the board); the extent or degree (the problem was in large measure caused by carelessness); a definite.quantity that has been measured out (the price of wine went up and the measure went down from 1 litre to 750 millilitres, so it's an up for them and a down for you); a fitting amount (she received a measure of recognition for her children's books)
Music:.a measure is one of the several short parts of the same length into which a piece of music is divided; the metric unit between two bars on the staff; a bar
measurement.noun,.plural.measurements
the act of measuring or the process of being measured; a system of measuring (measurement in miles); the dimension, quantity or capacity.determined by measuring (the measurements of a room)
measure, measured, measuring, measures.verbs
transitive verb use.to ascertain the dimensions, quantity or capacity of (measured the height of the ceiling); to mark, lay out or establish dimensions for by measuring (measure off an area for the animals); to mark off or apportion, usually.with reference to a given unit of measurement (measure out a pint of liquid); to allot or distribute as if by measuring; mete; to serve as a measure of (the inch measures length; the pound measures weight); to consider or choose with care; weigh (she's a cautious speaker,  measuring her words before spouting out with them)
intransitive verb use.to have a measurement of (the room measures 12 by 20 feet; to take a measurement of
measure up.phrasal verb
to be the equal of; to have the necessary.qualifications (a job applicant who measured up well)
beyond measure.idiom
in excess of; wthout limit
for good measure.idiom
in addition to the required or suggested.amount
measurer.noun,.plural.measurers

measure.noun,.plural.measures
an action taken as a means to an end; an expedient (desperate measures to reduce.expenditures)
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