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magnanimity
generosity
magnify
to make larger
malice
the desire to inflict harm, esp. when caused by feelings of hatred
mandatory
required, necessary, obligatory, compulsory
manifest
to show or display obviously
manifold
consisting of a wide variety; many
marginal
very small or minimal in amount; nearly unacceptable in performance
materialize
to appear or come into existence or reality
menace
threat or danger
mettle
strength of character, courage
migrate
to leave one climate for another for the purpose of breeding or feeding
militia
a group of individuals organised for the purpose of military service
mischievous
causing trouble or annoyance
misconstrue
to misunderstand
misgiving
doubt, uncertainty
mitigate
to lessen the severity of; extenuate
momentous
notable, significant, important
monetary
relating to money, finance, or the economy
morsel
a small portion of food
munch
to make a noise from the mouth while eating
municipal
relating to the city
murky
dark, unclear
neutral
lacking in color
nibble
to eat with very small bites
nominate
to select a candidate for a particular duty, esp. for public office
notion
idea, theory, or belief
notorious
relating to fame for despicable or blameworthy events or crimes
noxious
the quality of possessing a poisonous or deadly gas
obliterate
to wipe out or destroy
obnoxious
obsequious
behaving like a servant; servile, obedient
obsession
a continuing mental preoccupation with a single thought or idea which is often unreasonable or illogical
obsolete
relating to things which are no longer useful as a result of being replaced or becoming outdated
obstacle
something which holds back, delays, or prevents progress; impediment; hindrance, stumbling block, barrier
obstinacy
the action of being rigid in opinion; stubbornness
odious
deserving of hate; despicable
opponent
enemy, antagonist; adversary
orchard
a group of fruit, nut, or olive trees; grove
ordeal
a difficult or trying experience
ornate
heavily or ostentatiously decorated
ostensibly
in appearance
ostentatious
relating to an obvious display, esp. of wealth
ovation
applause
overabundance
a huge or plentiful amount
overtone
suggestion or implication; hidden meaning
overwhelm
to overcome or take control of an individual's thoughts, feelings, or actions