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Vocabulary from the letter ‘M’

Hello & welcome to all of you. Now are going to see words begin with Letter ‘J’ to those viewers who are visiting to this page. In English each and every letter has its own importance from A-Z. In this way letter ‘M’ also has full importance as other letters.

In present age many types of government jobs exams are being conduct by various organizations frequently. English is that part of these exams in which mostly candidates are unable to complete this section properly because of their lack knowledge of English and handful power of vocabulary.

Dear viewers here we are showing few important words from letter ‘M’ which is most important for the exams point of view. Learn these words and get the success in your examnations. See the given words as under and learn:

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Maculate

spotted, blotched, hence defiled, impure (opposite: immaculate)

They placed her foot in the solvent to maculate the cement she had stepped in.

Magnanimity

a quality of nobleness of mind, disdain of meanness or revenge, forgiving, unselfish

Being full of magnanimity he asked the thief only for an apology and set him free.

Malediction

putting a curse on someone, talking negatively about another With the threat of a

Never having a nice word to say about anyone, her conversations are full of malediction.

Malefactor

an evil person

The malefactor ordered everyone to work over the holidays..

Malevolent

wishing evil (opposite: benevolent)

The man threatened his opponent with threats and malevolent words.

Malicious

Spiteful, vindictive

The malicious employee slashed her tires for revenge.

Malign  

to speak evil of, having an evil disposition toward others (opposite: benign)

In her statement to the judge she maligned her soon-to-be ex-husband.

Malleable

 easy to shape or bend, pliable

The malleable material was formed into a U shape.

Mandate  

Order, charge

The new manager wrote a mandate declaring that smoking was now prohibited in the office.

Manifest

to show clearly, to appear, obvious, clear

The image should manifest itself as the building when the fog lifts.

Mar

damage

The statue was marred by the ravages of time.

Marauder

 plunderer or raider

The marauder had been travelling for two months searching for the large stash.

Maudlin

foolishly and tearfully sentimental

The maudlin affair consisted of three speeches in honour of the benefactor.

Maverick

a person who does not conform to the norm

The maverick drove a large truck as others were purchasing compact cars.

Melancholy

Depression, gloom

The funeral parlor was filled with the melancholy of mourning.

Mendacious

not truthful, lying

The couple was swindled out of their life’s savings by the mendacious con men.

Mentor

Teacher, wise and faithful advisor

Alan consulted his mentor when he needed critical advice.

Mercenary

 Working or done for payment only,  hired (soldier)

Lila was suspicious that Joe had jumped at the chance only for mercenary reasons.

Mercurial

quick, changeable, fickle

The mercurial youth changed outfits six times before deciding what to wear.

Mesmerize

Hypnotize

The swaying motion of the swing mesmerized the baby into a deep sleep.

Metamorphosis

change of form

A metamorphosis caused the caterpillar to become a beautiful butterfly.

Meticulous

Exacting, precise

The lab technicians must be meticulous in their measurements to obtain exact results.

Mettle

spirit, courage, ardor

He proved he had the mettle to make it through basic training.

Mien

appearance, being or manner

Her mien was typically one of distress, especially after the mishap.

Mimicry

Imitation

The comedian’s mimicry of the president’s gestures had the audience rolling in the aisles.

Minatory

threatening

The minatory stance of the dog warned the thief of an attack.

Minute

extremely small, tiny

Being on a sodium-restricted diet, he uses only a minute amount of salt in his dishes.

 

 

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