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79 Verbs That Start With MO

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Word Definitions Synonyms
moan (verb) indicate pain, discomfort, or displeasure Synonyms: groan
mob (verb) press tightly together or cram Synonyms: jam, pack, pile, throng
mobilise (verb) call to arms; of military personnel Synonyms: call up, rally, mobilize
(verb) get ready for war Synonyms: mobilize
(verb) make ready for action or use Synonyms: marshal, mobilize, summon
(verb) cause to move around Synonyms: mobilize
mobilize (verb) make ready for action or use Synonyms: marshal, mobilise, summon
(verb) call to arms; of military personnel Synonyms: call up, rally, mobilise
(verb) get ready for war Synonyms: mobilise
(verb) cause to move around Synonyms: mobilise
mock (verb) treat with contempt Synonyms: bemock
(verb) imitate with mockery and derision
model (verb) plan or create according to a model or models Synonyms: pattern
(verb) form in clay, wax, etc Synonyms: mold, mould
(verb) assume a posture as for artistic purposes Synonyms: pose, sit, posture
(verb) display (clothes) as a mannequin
(verb) create a representation or simulation of Synonyms: simulate
(verb) construct a model in the likeness of Synonyms: mock up
moderate (verb) preside over Synonyms: lead, chair
(verb) make less fast or intense
(verb) lessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits Synonyms: hold, check, control, contain, hold in, curb
(verb) make less severe or harsh Synonyms: mince, soften
(verb) make less strong or intense; soften Synonyms: tame, tone down
(verb) make more temperate, acceptable, or suitable by adding something else Synonyms: mollify, season, temper
modernise (verb) become technologically advanced Synonyms: develop, modernize
(verb) make repairs, renovations, revisions or adjustments to Synonyms: overhaul, modernize
modernize (verb) make repairs, renovations, revisions or adjustments to Synonyms: overhaul, modernise
(verb) become technologically advanced Synonyms: develop, modernise
modify (verb) make less severe or harsh or extreme
(verb) add a modifier to a constituent Synonyms: qualify
(verb) cause to change; make different; cause a transformation Synonyms: change, alter
modulate (verb) change the key of, in music
(verb) vary the pitch of one's speech Synonyms: tone, inflect
(verb) fix or adjust the time, amount, degree, or rate of Synonyms: regulate
(verb) adjust the pitch, tone, or volume of
(verb) vary the frequency, amplitude, phase, or other characteristic of (electromagnetic waves)
moil (verb) work hard Synonyms: dig, grind, drudge, fag, toil, travail, labor, labour
(verb) be agitated Synonyms: roil, churn, boil
(verb) moisten or soil
moisten (verb) make moist Synonyms: wash, dampen
(verb) moisten with fine drops Synonyms: drizzle
moisturise (verb) make (more) humid Synonyms: humidify, moisturize
moisturize (verb) make (more) humid Synonyms: humidify, moisturise
mold (verb) form in clay, wax, etc Synonyms: model, mould
(verb) become moldy; spoil due to humidity Synonyms: mildew
(verb) form by pouring (e.g., wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold Synonyms: cast, mould
(verb) make something, usually for a specific function Synonyms: work, shape, forge, form, mould
(verb) fit tightly, follow the contours of
(verb) shape or influence; give direction to Synonyms: regulate, influence, determine, shape
molder (verb) break down Synonyms: rot, moulder, decompose
molest (verb) harass or assault sexually; make indecent advances to
(verb) annoy continually or chronically Synonyms: harass, beset, harry, hassle, plague, provoke, chevvy, chevy, chivvy, chivy
mollify (verb) cause to be more favorably inclined; gain the good will of Synonyms: gentle, conciliate, appease, assuage, pacify, placate, gruntle, lenify
(verb) make more temperate, acceptable, or suitable by adding something else Synonyms: moderate, season, temper
(verb) make less rigid or softer
mollycoddle (verb) treat with excessive indulgence Synonyms: indulge, pamper, spoil, cocker, coddle, cosset, baby, featherbed
molt (verb) cast off hair, skin, horn, or feathers Synonyms: moult, exuviate, shed, slough
monetise (verb) give legal value to or establish as the legal tender of a country Synonyms: monetize
monetize (verb) give legal value to or establish as the legal tender of a country Synonyms: monetise
monger (verb) sell or offer for sale from place to place Synonyms: pitch, hawk, huckster, peddle, vend
mongrelise (verb) cause to become a mongrel Synonyms: mongrelize
mongrelize (verb) cause to become a mongrel Synonyms: mongrelise
monish (verb) warn strongly; put on guard Synonyms: caution, admonish
(verb) advise or counsel in terms of someone's behavior Synonyms: discourage, warn, admonish
monitor (verb) keep tabs on; keep an eye on; keep under surveillance Synonyms: supervise
(verb) check, track, or observe by means of a receiver
monkey (verb) play around with or alter or falsify, usually secretively or dishonestly Synonyms: fiddle, tamper
(verb) do random, unplanned work or activities or spend time idly Synonyms: potter, putter, tinker, mess around, monkey around, muck about, muck around
monologuise (verb) talk to oneself Synonyms: monologuize, soliloquise, soliloquize
monologuize (verb) talk to oneself Synonyms: monologuise, soliloquise, soliloquize
monopolise (verb) have and control fully and exclusively Synonyms: monopolize
(verb) have or exploit a monopoly of Synonyms: monopolize
monopolize (verb) have and control fully and exclusively Synonyms: monopolise
(verb) have or exploit a monopoly of Synonyms: monopolise
monumentalise (verb) record or memorialize lastingly with a monument Synonyms: monumentalize
monumentalize (verb) record or memorialize lastingly with a monument Synonyms: monumentalise
moo (verb) make a low noise, characteristic of bovines Synonyms: low
mooch (verb) ask for and get free; be a parasite Synonyms: grub, sponge, cadge, bum
moon (verb) have dreamlike musings or fantasies while awake Synonyms: daydream
(verb) be idle in a listless or dreamy way Synonyms: moon around, moon on
(verb) expose one's buttocks to
moonlight (verb) work a second job, usually after hours
moonshine (verb) distill (alcohol) illegally; produce moonshine
moor (verb) secure in or as if in a berth or dock Synonyms: berth, tie up
(verb) come into or dock at a wharf Synonyms: wharf, berth
(verb) secure with cables or ropes
moot (verb) think about carefully; weigh Synonyms: debate, consider, turn over, deliberate
mop (verb) to wash or wipe with or as if with a mop Synonyms: mop up, wipe up
(verb) make a sad face and thrust out one's lower lip Synonyms: pout, mow
mope (verb) move around slowly and aimlessly Synonyms: mope around
(verb) be apathetic, gloomy, or dazed Synonyms: moon around, moon about
moralise (verb) interpret the moral meaning of Synonyms: moralize
(verb) speak as if delivering a sermon; express moral judgements Synonyms: moralize, preachify, sermonise, sermonize
(verb) improve the morals of Synonyms: moralize
moralize (verb) interpret the moral meaning of Synonyms: moralise
(verb) speak as if delivering a sermon; express moral judgements Synonyms: moralise, preachify, sermonise, sermonize
(verb) improve the morals of Synonyms: moralise
morph (verb) cause to change shape in a computer animation
(verb) change shape as via computer animation
mortar (verb) plaster with mortar
mortgage (verb) put up as security or collateral
mortice (verb) cut a hole for a tenon in Synonyms: mortise
(verb) join by a tenon and mortise Synonyms: mortise
mortify (verb) practice self-denial of one's body and appetites
(verb) hold within limits and control Synonyms: subdue, crucify
(verb) cause to feel shame; hurt the pride of Synonyms: humble, humiliate, chagrin, abase
(verb) undergo necrosis Synonyms: necrose, gangrene, sphacelate
mortise (verb) cut a hole for a tenon in Synonyms: mortice
(verb) join by a tenon and mortise Synonyms: mortice
mosey (verb) walk leisurely Synonyms: amble
mosh (verb) dance the slam dance Synonyms: slam, slam dance, thrash
mothball (verb) put into long-term storage
mother (verb) care for like a mother Synonyms: overprotect, fuss
(verb) make (offspring) by reproduction Synonyms: get, generate, engender, sire, beget, bring forth, father
mothproof (verb) protect from moths
motion (verb) show, express or direct through movement Synonyms: gesticulate, gesture
motivate (verb) give an incentive for action Synonyms: move, incite, prompt, propel, actuate
motley (verb) make something more diverse and varied Synonyms: variegate, vary
(verb) make motley; color with different colors Synonyms: parti-color
motor (verb) travel or be transported in a vehicle Synonyms: drive
motorbike (verb) ride a motorcycle Synonyms: motorcycle, cycle
motorboat (verb) ride in a motorboat
motorcycle (verb) ride a motorcycle Synonyms: motorbike, cycle
motorise (verb) equip with armed and armored motor vehicles Synonyms: motorize, mechanise, mechanize
motorize (verb) equip with a motor vehicle
(verb) equip with a motor
(verb) equip with armed and armored motor vehicles Synonyms: mechanise, mechanize, motorise
mottle (verb) mark with spots or blotches of different color or shades of color as if stained Synonyms: streak, blotch
(verb) colour with streaks or blotches of different shades Synonyms: cloud, dapple
mould (verb) form in clay, wax, etc Synonyms: mold, model
(verb) form by pouring (e.g., wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold Synonyms: mold, cast
(verb) make something, usually for a specific function Synonyms: mold, work, shape, forge, form
moulder (verb) break down Synonyms: rot, molder, decompose
moult (verb) cast off hair, skin, horn, or feathers Synonyms: molt, exuviate, shed, slough
mound (verb) form into a rounded elevation
mount (verb) attach to a support
(verb) go up or advance Synonyms: rise, climb, wax
(verb) fix onto a backing, setting, or support
(verb) put up or launch
(verb) get up on the back of Synonyms: jump on, hop on, mount up, get on, climb on, bestride
(verb) go upward with gradual or continuous progress Synonyms: go up, climb, climb up
(verb) prepare and supply with the necessary equipment for execution or performance Synonyms: put on
(verb) copulate with Synonyms: ride
mountaineer (verb) climb mountains for pleasure as a sport
mourn (verb) feel sadness
(verb) observe the customs of mourning after the death of a loved one
mouse (verb) to go stealthily or furtively Synonyms: pussyfoot, sneak, creep
(verb) manipulate the mouse of a computer
mousse (verb) apply a styling gel to Synonyms: gel
mouth (verb) express in speech Synonyms: utter, verbalise, verbalize, speak, talk
(verb) articulate silently; form words with the lips only
(verb) touch with the mouth
move (verb) change location; move, travel, or proceed, also metaphorically Synonyms: go, travel, locomote
(verb) cause to move or shift into a new position or place, both in a concrete and in an abstract sense Synonyms: displace
(verb) move so as to change position, perform a nontranslational motion
(verb) change residence, affiliation, or place of employment
(verb) follow a procedure or take a course Synonyms: go, proceed
(verb) be in a state of action Synonyms: be active
(verb) go or proceed from one point to another
(verb) perform an action, or work out or perform (an action) Synonyms: act
(verb) have an emotional or cognitive impact upon Synonyms: impress, strike, affect
(verb) give an incentive for action Synonyms: incite, prompt, propel, motivate, actuate
(verb) arouse sympathy or compassion in
(verb) dispose of by selling
(verb) progress by being changed Synonyms: go, run
(verb) live one's life in a specified environment
(verb) have a turn; make one's move in a game Synonyms: go
(verb) propose formally; in a debate or parliamentary meeting Synonyms: make a motion
mow (verb) cut with a blade or mower Synonyms: cut down
(verb) make a sad face and thrust out one's lower lip Synonyms: pout, mop

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