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missile
n. object to be thrown or projected
missive
n. letter
mite
n. very small object or creature; small coin
mitigate
v. appease; moderate
mnemonic
adj. pertaining to memory
mobile
adj. movable; not fixed
mock
v. ridicule; imitate; often in derision
mode
n. prevailing style; manner; way of doing something
modicum
n. limited quantity
modulate
v. tone down in intensity; regulate; change from one key to another
molecule
n. the smallest particle (one or more atoms) of a substance; having all the properties of that substance
mollify
v. soothe
molt
v. shed or cast off hair or feathers
molten
adj. melted
momentous
adj. very important
momentum
n. quantity of motion of a moving body; impetus
monarchy
n. government under a single ruler
monastic
adj. related to monks or monasteries; removed from worldly concerns
monetary
adj. pertaining to money
monochromatic
adj. having only one color
monolithic
adj. solidly uniform; unyielding
monosyllabic
adj. having only one syllable
monotony
n. sameness leading to boredom
montage
n. photographic composition combining elements from different sources
monumental
adj. massive
moodiness
n. fits of depression or gloom
moratorium
n. legal delay of payment
morbid
adj. given to unwholesome thought; moody; characteristic of disease
mores
n. conventions; moral standards; customs
moribund
adj. dying
morose
adj. ill-humored; sullen; melancholy
mortician
n. undertaker
mortify
v. humiliate; punish the flesh
mosaic
n. picture made of colorful small inlaid tiles
mote
n. small peck
motif
n. theme
motley
adj. multicolored; mixed
mottled
adj. blotched in coloring; spotted
muddle
v. confuse; mix up
muggy
adj. warm and damp
multifaceted
adj. having many aspects
multifarious
adj. varied; greatly diversified
multiform
adj. having many forms
multilingual
adj. having many languages
multiplicity
n. state of being numerous
mundane
adj. worldly as opposed to spiritual; everyday
munificent
adj. very generous
mural
n. wall painting
murky
adj. dark and gloomy; thick with fog; vague
muse
v. ponder
mushroom
v. expand or grow rapidly
musky
adj. having the odor of musk
muster
v. gather; assemble
musty
adj. stale; spoiled by age
mutability
n. ability to change in form; fickleness
muted
adj. silent; muffled; toned down
mutinous
adj. unruly; rebellious
myopic
adj. nearsighted; lacking foresight
myriad
n. very large number
mystify
v. bewilder purposely
nadir
n. lowest point
naiveté
n. quality of being unsophisticated; simplicity; artlessness; gullibility
narcissist
adj. conceited person; sb in love with his own image
narrative
adj. related to telling a story
nascent
adj. incipient; coming into being
natty
adj. neatly or smartly dressed