Synonyms ( M )

Magnanimous

( Adjective )

Today many rich people turn out to be magnanimous. 
Synonyms: 
Beneficent; Big; Bountiful; Charitable; Free; Handsome; Kind; Noble; Beneficent; Selfless


Magnetic

( Adjective )

Our voice is recorded in the magnetic tape held inside the gadget. 
Synonyms: 
Alluring; Captivating; Charismatic; Charming; Enchanting; Fascinating; Hypnotic; Irresistible; Mesmerizing; Seductive


Magnificent

( Adjective )

Ambani has constructed a magnificent house near the beach in Mumbai. 
Synonyms: 
August; Elegant; Glorious; Grand; Impressive; Lavish; Luxurious; Majestic; Opulent; Rich; Regal; Sublime; Transcendent 


Maintain

( Verb )

The improvement in his health is being maintained
Synonyms: 
Carry on; Conserve; Keep; Nurture; Retain; Uphold; Support; Claim; Contend; Justify; Vindicate; Perpetuate 


Majority

( Noun )

The majority of people prefer watching games to playing games. 
Synonyms: 
Adulthood; Excess; Superiority; Preponderance; More than half 


Manner

( Noun )

I do not like his manner
Synonyms: 
Style; Mode; Custom; Method; System; Way; Fashion; Conduct; Behavior 


Melody

( Noun )

The melody is next taken up by the flute. 
Synonyms: 
Unison; Tune; Symphony; Music; Harmony; Air 


Mercy

( Noun )

They showed little mercy to their enemies. 
Synonyms: 
Benevolence; Favor; Pardon; Clemency; Compassion; Gentleness; Leniency; Pity; Mildness; Grace; Kindness 


Merit

( Noun )

Thet is not much merit in giving away the things that you do not want. 
Synonyms: 
Worth; Value; Excellence; Virtue 


Mild

( Adjective )

He was awarded only a mild punishment. 
Synonyms: 
Bland; Soft; Gentle; Kind; Docile; Tender; Meek; Placid 


Mind

( Noun )

Have youy made up your mind about what you will do? 
Synonyms: 
Wit; Thought; Sense; Reason; Intellect; Disposition; Brian; Intelligence; Understanding; Spirit 


Miscellaneous

( Adjective )

I have maintained a miscellaneous collection of books and cassettes. 
Synonyms: 
Assorted; Mingled; Motley; Unlike; Various; Variant; Dissimilar; Discordant; Confused; Promiscuous


Miserable

( Adjective )

This story is all about the miserable lives of the refugees in Europe after the war. 
Synonyms: 
Forlorn; Unhappy; Dismal; Sorry; Wretched 


Misery

( Noun )

Children suffer misery from the toothache. 
Synonyms: 
Woe; Wretchedness; Heartache; Distress; Anguish; Torment; Torture; Agony; Discomfort 


Mislead

( Verb )

You mislead me to your malicious intentions. 
Synonyms: 
Misguide; Deceive; Delude; Misdirect; Beguile; Mislead 


Modern

( Adjective )

His house is with all the modern facilities. 
Synonyms: 
New; Present; Contemporary; Current; Recent; Timely; Present day


Modest

( Adjective )

He is modest in his requirements. 
Synonyms: 
Lowly; Humble; Shy; Unassuming; Unpretentious 


Monotonous

( Adjective )

People rarely prefer monotonous works. 
Synonyms: 
All the same; Boring; Colorless; Droning; Dull; Flat; Humdrum; Plodding; Repetitive; Soporific; Tiresome; Unchanging; Uniform; Wearisome


Moral

( Adjective )

The moral standards of the ordinary men have come down considerably. 
Synonyms: 
Honorable; Upright; Just; Fair; Ethical; Strict; Right; Virtuous 


Mourn

( Verb )

He mourns the loss of his mother. 
Synonyms: 
Bemoan; Bewail; Sorrow; Lament; Regret; Grieve; Deplore; Cry 


Mysterious

( Adjective )

They handed over the mysterious looking parcel to the Police. 
Synonyms: 
Abstruse; Arcane; Cryptic; Curious; Enigmatic; Hidden; Obscure; Perplexing; Puzzling; Secret; Unknown; Veiled 


 

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