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This is a Complete List of GRE Word List-M. macabre =gruesome; grisly; ghastly mace =ceremonial staff used as a symbol of authority macerate =soften by soaking in liquid; waste away Machiavellian =crafty; double-dealing; of the political doctrine of Machiavelli machinations =evil schemes or plots maculated =spotted; stained madrigal =pastoral song; song for several singers without instruments maelstrom =violent whirlpool magisterial =authoritative; imperious; commanding; of a magistrate magistrate =official with power to administer the law magnanimity = generosity magnanimous= generous magnate= person of prominence or influence; powerful or influential person magniloquent= boastful; pompous magnitude =greatness (in size or extent); extent maim= mutilate; injure lastingly; disable; cripple makeshift =temporary expedient or substitute maladroit =clumsy; not skillful; awkward malady = illness malaise =uneasiness; vague feeling of ill health malapropism= comic misuse of a word malapropos= inappropriate malcontent =person dissatisfied with existing state of affairs malediction =curse malefactor =evildoer; criminal maleficent =doing evil malevolent =wishing evil; exhibiting ill will malfeasance =wrongdoing; misconduct (by a public official) malicious =hateful; spiteful; expressing malice Malice= desire to harm others; spite malign =speak evil of; bad-mouth (criticize spitefully) malignant =tending to cause death; highly injurious malingerer= one who feigns illness to escape duty malinger= feign illness to avoid work malleable= (of a metal) capable of being shaped by pounding(beating); pliable malodorous= foul-smelling mammal =vertebrate animal whose female suckles its young mammoth =gigantic; enormous manacle =restrain; handcuff mandate =order; charge; authoritative command mandatory =obligatory; compulsory; of a mandate maneuver= strategic military or naval movement (done for training purposes) mange =skin disease (esp. of domestic animals) marked by loss of hair
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something that covers manumit= emancipate. evasive meander =wind or turn in its course meddlesome= interfering meddle= interfere mediate =settle a dispute through the services of an outsider mediocre =ordinary. person who demands total obedience to rules and orders martyr= one who voluntarily suffers death for his or her religion or cause mash= crush into mash. array of numbers or algebraic symbols maudlin =effusively sentimental maul =handle roughly. crime of willfully maiming or crippling a person meager= scanty. targeted for vengeance or attack maroon= leave helpless on a deserted island or coast marred =damaged. allowance beyond what is needed marginal =of a margin. wretched. middle position between extremes medley = mixture meek =submissive. such as a monument or holiday. nautical marked= noticeable. neither good nor bad meditation =reflection. morose. reminder of the past. hypocritical. having a dull finish materialism= preoccupation with physical comforts and things maternal =motherly maternity = motherhood matinee= dramatic or musical performance given in the afternoon matriarch =woman who rules a family or larger social group matriculate= enroll (in college or graduate school) matrimony =state of being married matrix= point of origin. of bad appearance maniacal= raging mad. insane maniac= insane person mania =disorder of the mind. of war martinet =strict disciplinarian. numerous manipulate= operate with one’s hands. matte. patient and long-suffering megalomania= mania for doing grandiose things. intended to honor the http://www. visible. manifesting manifesto =public declaration of principles. statement of policy manifold =many in number or kind.html 2/5 . cloak. autobiography. convert into mash masochist= person who enjoys his own pain mason =one who builds or works with stone or brick Masonry = work of a mason. blue melee= fight mellifluous= (of words or a voice) sweetly or smoothly flowing memento= token. free from slavery or bondage mar =spoil the appearance of maraud =move in search of plunder margin =border. room. commonplace. disfigured marrow= soft fatty tissue that fills most bone cavities and is the source of blood cells marshal =put in order. of domestic animals) marked by loss of hair mangle= tear or cut to pieces. mental disorder characterized by delusions of wealth melancholy =gloomy. thought medium= channel of communication. excessively and objectionably sentimental maxim =proverb. injure by beating mausoleum =monumental tomb. large stately tomb mauve =pale purple maverick =rebel. inadequate mealy-mouthed= indirect in speech (when something unpleasant must be said). maneuver mannered= affected.com/GRE-Word-List-M. obvious manifestation= outward demonstration. truth pithily stated mayhem= injury to body.1/24/2014 GRE Word List-M mange =skin disease (esp. pretend mass= Christian religious ceremony Mass= ceremony of the Eucharist masticate= chew mat= not shiny. keepsake memoir =memoirs. nonconformist (in a group) mawkish =mushy(sentimental) and gushy. intense enthusiasm manifest =evident. batter. biography memorial= something. not natural mannerism =distinctive behavioral trait mantle =loose sleeveless outer garment. stonework or brickwork masquerade =wear a mask or disguise. mutilate or disfigure mangy =shabby.english-for-students. guide ceremoniously to the correct place marsupial= one of a family of mammals that nurse their offspring in a pouch(pocket of skin or leather) martial= warlike. barely within a limit marital =pertaining to marriage maritime =bordering on(adjacent to) the sea.
english-for-students. playfully troublesome misconduct= immoral behavior. bad management misconstrue= interpret incorrectly.1/24/2014 GRE Word List-M memorial= something. heavy vaporous atmosphere often emanating from decaying matter microcosm= small representative world. habitually dishonest mendicant =beggar menial =suitable for servants. ill luck misanthrope= one who hates mankind misapprehension =error. obsequious follower minuscule= (miniscule) extremely small minute =extremely small minutes= official record of the proceedings at a meeting minutiae= petty or trivial details mirage= unreal reflection. misdeed. attractive on the surface but of no real value merger= combination (of two business corporations). misjudge miscreant =wretch.com/GRE-Word-List-M. painstaking. swift. mean mentor =counselor.html 3/5 . of metaphysics Metaphysics= branch of philosophy that examines the nature of reality mete =measure. distribute. collection of various items mischance= ill luck mischief =behavior (of children) causing trouble with no serious harm mischievous= causing mischief. such as a monument or holiday. meat) into very small pieces mingle= mix together in close association miniature= small model. written in the form of poetry metropolis =large city mettle =courage (to continue bravely in spite of difficulties) miasma =swamp gas. momentarily brilliant meter =arrangement of words in the form of poetry (by accentual rhythm) methodical =systematic method= systematic method of procedure meticulous= excessively careful (with great attention to detail). threatening mincing =affectedly dainty (delicate) mince= cut (esp. teacher mercantile =concerning trade or merchants mercenary =motivated solely by money or gain mercurial =capricious. wrongdoing miserly =stingy. wrongdoer. tawdry. lowly. zoo mendacious =lying. optical illusion mire =entangle. fickle. laughter misadventure= mischance. quick and changing. intended to honor the memory of a person or event memorialize= commemorate menace =threat menagerie= collection of wild animals on exhibition. mean misgivings =doubts mishap =unfortunate accident misnomer= wrong or improper name misogamy = hatred of marriage misogynist= hater of woman http://www. world in miniature migrant =changing its habitat. administer meteoric= like a meteor. stick in swampy ground mirth= merriment. containing the element mercury meretricious= flashy. villain misdemeanor= minor crime. scrupulous metrical =metric. means of expression militant =combative. small painting minion =servile dependent. wandering migratory =wandering migrate= move from one region and settle in another milieu =social environment. act of merging merit =deserve Meritorious= deserving reward or praise mesmerize =hypnotize metallurgical= pertaining to the art of removing metals from ores Metallurgy = science that deals with extracting metals from ores metamorphosis= change of form Metamorphose= change by metamorphosis metaphor= implied comparison metaphysical =pertaining to speculative philosophy. misinterpret. bellicose militate =work against militia =army composed of ordinary citizens rather than professional soldiers millennium= thousand-year period mime =pantomime (act without dialogue) Mimic= pantomime mimicry = imitation minatory =menacing. misunderstanding miscellaneous= made up of a variety of parts miscellany = mixture of writings on various subjects.
english-for-students. place where bodies are kept before burial or cremation moribund =dying. written statement mite= very small object or insect-like creature. assisting the memory mobile =movable. boastful pretender muddle =confuse. impetus.com/GRE-Word-List-M. a dog) of mixed breed monochromatic= having only one color monochrome =painting in only one color monogram =design composed of one or more initials of a name monograph =scholarly article monolithic =solidly uniform. built as a monument moodiness= fits of depression or gloomy moody = given to changeable moods. current fashion. thick with fog. not fixed mock= ridicule. change the intensity or tone of.1/24/2014 GRE Word List-M misogynist= hater of woman missile= object to be thrown or projected missive =letter. mix up confusedly muggy = (of weather) warm and damp mulct =defraud a person of something. sullen. gloomy mood= state of mind or emotion moratorium= legal delay of payment or action morbid =given to unwholesome o r unhealthy thought. at the point of death morose =ill-humored. unchangeable. moderate. subject to periods of depression. conforming to the current fashion modulate= tone down in intensity. assemble (troops) musty =stale (in odor or taste). removed from worldly concerns monetary =pertaining to money mongrel =plant or animal (esp. imitate often in derision mode =prevailing style. fickleness http://www. regulate mogul =powerful person molecule= the smallest particle (one or more atoms) of a substance that has all the properties of that substance mollify =soothe an angry person mollycoddle= pamper. deride. sullenly melancholy mortar= vessel in which substances are crushed with a pestle mortician =undertaker mortify = humiliate by embarrassing excessively. spotted mottle= mark with blotches of different colors motto=brief statement used to express a principle mountebank= charlatan. moving force monarchy =government under a single ruler monastic =related to monks or monasteries. moral customs morgue= mortuary. large number Multiple =of more than one element mundane =worldly as opposed to spiritual munificent= very generous in giving mural= wall painting murky =dark and gloomy. small coin mitigate =appease. sarcastic. impressively large. small amount modish= fashionable. greatly diversified multiform =having many forms multilingual= having many languages. coddle. way of doing something modicum= limited quantity. gloom murmur= low. baby. make or become less in force or intensity mnemonic =pertaining to memory. continuous sound muse =ponder at length musky = having the odor of musk musk= odorous substance secreted by an Asian deer muster= gather. indulge excessively molt =periodically shed or cast off hairs or feathers molten= melted momentous =very important momentum =quantity of motion of a moving body. moody mordant= biting. recurrent thematic element in a musical or literary work motility = ability to move spontaneously Motile= moving spontaneously motley = multi-colored (as of a garment worn by a jester). shame mosaic =picture made of small colorful inlaid tiles mote= small speck (esp. fluent in several languages multiplicity = state of being numerous or multiple. stinging mores =conventions. of dust) motif =theme.html 4/5 . moral standards. vague Murk= partial or complete darkness. indistinct. unyielding Monolith= large block of stone monotheism= belief in one God monotony = sameness leading to boredom monumental= massive. spoiled by age mutability =ability to change in form. heterogeneous mottled =blotched in coloring. swindle multifarious= varied.
rebellious mutiny = open rebellion mutter =utter (complaining words) indistinctly in low tones myopic =nearsighted. toned down mutilate= maim. deprive of a limb mutinous= unruly. lacking foresight myriad =very large number mystic =of hidden meaning and spiritual power Go to The GRE Word List Index Letter of Invitation| Letter of Condolence| Business Letters Synonyms and Antonyms Vocabulary| English Teacher| Etymology| Longest Word | Letter Writing Proverbs| Misspelled Words| Contractions From GRE Word List-M to HOME PAGE Share this page: What's This? Enjoy this page? Please pay it forward.. fickleness mutable= able to change. unable to speak muted =silent.english-for-students.com/GRE-Word-List-M. muffled.html 5/5 . fickle mute= silent.. not pronounced. Here's how to . without speech. Building Websites College Courses Word List Correcting Female formal wear Social networking site http://www.1/24/2014 GRE Word List-M mutability =ability to change in form. injure lastingly.
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