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monecious also monoecious.adjective
in botany, having flowers of both male and female borne on a single plant as in corn and pines; hermaphroditic
monoeciously.adverb
monoecism.noun
monoclinous.adjective
having pistils and stamens in the same flower

mint.noun,.plural.mints
a place where the coins of a country are manufactured to provide currency for the people of a nation
mint, minted, minting, mints.transitive verbs
to produce money by stamping metal; to coin
mint.adjective
undamaged as if freshly minted (the old car was in mint condition)
minter.noun,.plural.minters

mint.noun,.plural.mints
a member of the mint family of plants, characteristically having aromatic.foliage, often used as a dessert.garnish and/or flavoring for foods; a candy flavored with mint (a minty tasting chocolate bar)
minty.adjective

muffle, muffled, muffling, muffles.transitive verbs
to wrap up, as in a blanket or shawl, for warmth, protection or secrecy; to wrap or pad in order to deaden the sound (muffled the drums); to deaden a sound (the sand muffled the hoofbeats of the horses); to make vague or obscure; to repress; stifle
muffle.noun,.plural.muffles
something that muffles

member.noun,.plural.members
a distinct.part of a whole; a structural.unit, such as a beam or wall; a part or an organ of a human or animal.body, as a limb, such as an arm or a leg; the penis; a part of a plant; one that belongs to a group or an organization (a club member)
membership.noun,.plural.memberships
the state of being a member; the total number of members in a group (the exercise fat reducing organizations have a growing membership)

manual.adjective
of.or.relating.to the hands (manual skill); done by, used by or operated with the hands; employing human rather than.mechanical.energy (manual labor was used to pick the delicate grape harvest)
manually.adjective

manual.adjective
a small reference book such as may come with an automobile manual.noun,.plural.manuals
a small reference book giving instructions; a machine.operated by hand

moor, moored, mooring, moors.verbs
transitive verb use.to make fast a vessel, for example) by means of cables, anchors or lines (moor a ship to a dock; a dirigible moored to a tower); to fix in place; secure; fasten; if you moor a boat somewhere, you stop and tie it to the land with a rope or chain so that it cannot move away (she had moored her barge on the right bank of the river)
intransitive verb use.to secure a vessel or an aircraft with lines or anchors; to be secured with lines or anchors (come and see the freighter moored alongside the wharf)
mooring.noun,.plural.moorings
a place, such as a wharf or structure to which a vessel or aircraft can be moored; equipment, such as anchors or chains, for holding fast a vessel or an aircraft; elements providing stability or security

moor.noun,.plural.moors
a broad area of open land, often high but poorly drained, with patches of heath and peat bogs

Moors.noun,.plural.Moors
the Moors were a mix of people, mostly derived from Arabs and Berbers inhabiting northern Africa. They were a Muslim people who established a civilization in North Africa and Spain between the 8th and the 15th century A.D.

malnourished.adjective
affected by improper.nutrition or a diet insufficient in synergistic.qualities of organic food

moody, moodier, moodiest.adjectives
given to frequent changes of mood; temperamental; subject to periods of depression; sulky; expressive of an especially.negative mood such as a sullen or gloomy mood (a moody silence); if you describe someone as moody, you mean that their feelings and behavior change frequently and in particular that they often become depressed or angry without any warning; if you describe a picture, film or piece of music as moody, you mean that it suggests particular emotions, especially sad ones (moody black and white photographs)
moodily.adverb
moodiness.noun

matrimony.noun,.plural.matrimonies
the act or state of being married; marriage
matrimonial.adjective
matrimonially.adverb

merchant.noun,.plural.merchants
one whose occupation is the wholesale purchase and retail sale of goods for profit; one who runs a retail.business; a shopkeeper (have to go to the shoe shop for new soles)
merchant.adjective
of.or.relating.to merchants, merchandise or commercial trade (a merchant guild); of or relating to the merchant marine (merchant ships)
merchandise.noun
merchandise is goods that are bought, sold or traded; goods bought and sold in business; commercial.wares
merchandise, merchandised, merchandising, merchandises.verbs
transitive verb use.to buy and sell goods; to promote the sale of, as by advertising or display (merchandised a new product)
intransitive verb use.to buy and sell goods; trade commercially
merchandisable.adjective
merchandiser.noun,.plural.merchandisers

market.noun,.plural.markets
a market is a place for the public where goods are bought and sold, usually outdoors (he sold boots on a market stall); the market for a particular type of thing is the number of people who want to buy it or the area of the world in which it is sold; a market is a place of public gathering held for buying and selling merchandise; a place where goods are offered for sale; a store or shop that sells a particular type of merchandise (a fresh vegetables market) 
market, marketed, marketing, markets.verbs
transitive verb use.to offer for sale; to sell
intransitive verb use.to deal in a market
in the market.idiom
interested in buying (we are in the market for a used car)
on the market.idiom
available for buying (many kinds of seasonal flowers are on the market);  up for sale (they put the family business on the market)
marketplace.also spelt.market place.noun,.plural.marketplaces also.market places
an open area in a town where a public market or sale is set up; the world of business.and.commerce; a place in which values, opinions and ideas are brought out (a marketplace for new ideas)

Morocco.noun.(map).
a country of northwest Africa on the Mediterranean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. Inhabited from ancient times by Berbers, the region became a Roman.province in B.C.E. the 1st century and was overrun by Arabs in the 7th century A.D. European powers first penetrated the area in the 15th century and increasingly.disputed control of Morocco until 1912, when the French gained a protectorate over most of the territory. Morocco achieved.independence in 1956. Rabat is the capital and Casablanca the largest city. Population, 33,000,000
Moroccan.noun,.plural.Moroccans
Morocco has the broadest plains and the highest mountains in North Africa. It's a hereditary.monarchy, bounded on the north by the Mediterranean Sea, on the east and southeast by Algeria, on the south by Western Sahara and on the west by the Atlantic Ocean. Morocco has a subtropical climate, tempered by oceanic influences that give the coastal cities moderate temperatures. The original population of Morocco was Berber and about three-quarters of all present-day Moroccans are of Berber descent. Arabs, who constitute the bulk of the inhabitants of the larger cities, form the second largest ethnic.group. Considerable.intermarriage among Arabs, Berbers and the country's small number of black Africans has broken down differences among ethnic groups. Morocco has about 100,000 Europeans, most of them French. Major urban centers are Casablanca, the country's largest city and main seaport, Marrakech and Fès, both important trade centers and Tangier, a seaport on a bay of the Strait of Gibraltar....comprised from Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
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