116 Words That Start With MIN

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min (noun) a unit of time equal to 60 seconds or 1/60th of an hour Synonyms: minute
mina (noun) tropical Asian starlings Synonyms: minah, myna, myna bird, mynah, mynah bird
minacious (adjective) threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments Synonyms: menacing, minatory, ominous, sinister, baleful, forbidding, threatening
minah (noun) tropical Asian starlings Synonyms: mina, myna, myna bird, mynah, mynah bird
minaret (noun) slender tower with balconies
minatory (adjective) threatening or foreshadowing evil or tragic developments Synonyms: menacing, minacious, ominous, sinister, baleful, forbidding, threatening
mince (verb) make less severe or harsh Synonyms: moderate, soften
(verb) walk daintily
(verb) cut into small pieces
(noun) food chopped into small bits
mincemeat (noun) spiced mixture of chopped raisins and apples and other ingredients with or without meat
mincer (noun) a kitchen utensil that cuts or chops food (especially meat) into small pieces Synonyms: mincing machine
mincing (adjective) affectedly dainty or refined Synonyms: niminy-piminy, prim, twee
mincingly (adverb) in a mincing manner
mind (verb) be offended or bothered by; take offense with, be bothered by
(verb) be concerned with or about something or somebody
(verb) be in charge of or deal with Synonyms: take care
(verb) pay close attention to; give heed to Synonyms: heed, listen
(verb) be on one's guard; be cautious or wary about; be alert to Synonyms: beware
(verb) keep in mind Synonyms: bear in mind
(noun) that which is responsible for one's thoughts, feelings, and conscious brain functions; the seat of the faculty of reason Synonyms: head, nous, psyche, brain
(noun) recall or remembrance
(noun) an opinion formed by judging something Synonyms: judgement, judgment
(noun) an important intellectual Synonyms: creative thinker, thinker
(noun) attention
(noun) your intention; what you intend to do Synonyms: idea
(noun) knowledge and intellectual ability Synonyms: intellect
minded (adjective) (used in combination) mentally oriented toward something specified
(adjective) (usually followed by `to') naturally disposed toward Synonyms: disposed, given, apt, tending
minder (noun) someone (usually in totalitarian countries) who is assigned to watch over foreign visitors
(noun) a person who looks after babies (usually in the person's own home) while the babys' parents are working Synonyms: baby minder, babyminder
mindfuck (noun) Something that intentionally destabilizes, confuses or manipulates the mind of another person
mindful (adjective) bearing in mind; attentive to Synonyms: aware
mindfully (adverb) in a careful deliberate manner Synonyms: heedfully, advertently
mindfulness (noun) the trait of staying aware of (paying close attention to) your responsibilities Synonyms: heedfulness
mindless (adjective) not mindful or attentive Synonyms: unmindful, forgetful
(adjective) lacking the thinking capacity characteristic of a conscious being
(adjective) requiring little mental effort
(adjective) devoid of intelligence or thought Synonyms: vacant, vacuous
(adjective) not marked by the use of reason Synonyms: reasonless, senseless
mindlessly (adverb) without intellectual involvement
(adverb) in an unreasonably senseless manner Synonyms: senselessly
mindlessness (noun) total lack of meaning or ideas Synonyms: vacuity, inanity, pointlessness, senselessness
(noun) the trait of acting rashly and without prudence Synonyms: heedlessness, rashness
mindset (noun) a habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situations Synonyms: outlook, mentality, mind-set
mine (verb) get from the earth by excavation
(verb) lay mines
(noun) excavation in the earth from which ores and minerals are extracted
(noun) explosive device that explodes on contact; designed to destroy vehicles or ships or to kill or maim personnel
mined (adjective) extracted from a source of supply as of minerals from the earth
minefield (noun) a region in which explosives mines have been placed
minelayer (noun) ship equipped for laying marine mines
minelaying (noun) laying explosive mines in concealed places to destroy enemy personnel and equipment Synonyms: mining
miner (noun) laborer who works in a mine Synonyms: mineworker
mineral (noun) solid homogeneous inorganic substances occurring in nature having a definite chemical composition
(adjective) composed of matter other than plant or animal
(adjective) relating to minerals
mineralize (verb) convert into a mineral substance
(verb) transform (a metal) into an ore
mineralocorticoid (noun) hormone that is one of the steroids of the adrenal cortex that influences the metabolism of sodium and potassium
mineralogist (noun) a scientist trained in mineralogy
mineralogy (noun) the branch of geology that studies minerals: their structure and properties and the ways of distinguishing them
mineshaft (noun) excavation consisting of a vertical or sloping passageway for finding or mining ore or for ventilating a mine
minestrone (noun) soup made with a variety of vegetables Synonyms: petite marmite, vegetable soup
minesweeper (noun) ship equipped to detect and then destroy or neutralize or remove marine mines
minesweeping (noun) the activity of detecting and disposing of marine mines
mineworker (noun) laborer who works in a mine Synonyms: miner
minge (noun) vulgar term for a woman's pubic hair or genitals
minginess (noun) extreme stinginess Synonyms: tightness, niggardliness, niggardness, meanness, parsimoniousness, parsimony, closeness, tightfistedness
mingle (verb) to bring or combine together or with something else Synonyms: unify, mix, commix, amalgamate
(verb) get involved or mixed-up with
(verb) be all mixed up or jumbled together Synonyms: jumble
mingling (noun) the action of people mingling and coming into contact
mingy (adjective) (used of persons or behavior) characterized by or indicative of lack of generosity Synonyms: mean, miserly, tight
mini (noun) a very short skirt Synonyms: miniskirt
(adjective) used of women's clothing; very short with hemline above the knee
miniate (verb) paint with red lead or vermilion
(verb) decorate (manuscripts) with letters painted red Synonyms: rubricate
miniature (noun) painting or drawing included in a book (especially in illuminated medieval manuscripts) Synonyms: illumination
(noun) a copy that reproduces a person or thing in greatly reduced size Synonyms: toy
(adjective) being on a very small scale
miniaturisation (noun) act of making on a greatly reduced scale Synonyms: miniaturization
miniaturise (verb) design or construct on a smaller scale Synonyms: miniaturize
miniaturist (noun) someone who paints tiny pictures in great detail
miniaturization (noun) act of making on a greatly reduced scale Synonyms: miniaturisation
miniaturize (verb) design or construct on a smaller scale Synonyms: miniaturise
minibar (noun) sideboard with compartments for holding bottles Synonyms: cellaret
minibike (noun) small motorcycle with a low frame and small wheels and elevated handlebars Synonyms: motorbike
minibus (noun) a light bus (4 to 10 passengers)
minicab (noun) a minicar used as a taxicab
minicalculator (noun) (old-fashioned) a very small handheld calculator.
minicar (noun) a car that is even smaller than a subcompact car
minicomputer (noun) a digital computer of medium size
minify (verb) make become smaller Synonyms: decrease, lessen
minim (noun) a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 1/60th fluid dram or 0.059194 cubic centimeters
(noun) a United States liquid unit equal to 1/60 fluidram
(noun) a musical note having the time value of half a whole note Synonyms: half note
minimal (adjective) the least possible Synonyms: minimum
minimalism (noun) an art movement in sculpture and painting that began in the 1950s and emphasized extreme simplification of form and color Synonyms: reductivism, minimal art
minimalist (adjective) advocating minimal reforms (as in government or politics)
(adjective) of or relating to artistic minimalism
(noun) a conservative who advocates only minor reforms in government or politics
(noun) a practitioner or advocate of artistic minimalism
minimality (noun) The state of being the smallest possible amount, quantity, or degree.
minimally (adverb) to a minimal degree
minimisation (noun) the act of reducing something to the least possible amount or degree or position Synonyms: minimization
minimise (verb) represent as less significant or important Synonyms: minimize, downplay, understate
(verb) make small or insignificant Synonyms: minimize
minimization (noun) the act of reducing something to the least possible amount or degree or position Synonyms: minimisation
minimize (verb) make small or insignificant Synonyms: minimise
(verb) represent as less significant or important Synonyms: minimise, downplay, understate
(verb) cause to seem less serious; play down Synonyms: belittle, denigrate, derogate
minimized (adjective) reduced to the smallest possible size or amount or degree
minimum (noun) the smallest possible quantity Synonyms: lower limit
(noun) the point on a curve where the tangent changes from negative on the left to positive on the right
(adjective) the least possible Synonyms: minimal
minimus (noun) the fifth digit; the little finger or little toe
mining (noun) the act of extracting ores or coal etc from the earth Synonyms: excavation
(noun) laying explosive mines in concealed places to destroy enemy personnel and equipment Synonyms: minelaying
minion (noun) a servile or fawning dependant
miniscule (adjective) extremely small Synonyms: minuscule
miniskirt (noun) a very short skirt Synonyms: mini
minister (noun) a person authorized to conduct religious worship Synonyms: rector, minister of religion, parson, pastor, curate
(noun) a person appointed to a high office in the government Synonyms: government minister
(noun) a diplomat representing one government to another; ranks below ambassador Synonyms: diplomatic minister
(noun) the job of a head of a government department
(verb) attend to the wants and needs of others
(verb) work as a minister
ministerial (adjective) of or relating to a minister of religion or the minister's office
(adjective) of or relating to a government minister or ministry
ministerially (adverb) in the manner of a minister or clergyman
ministrant (adjective) giving practical help to Synonyms: attending
(noun) someone who serves as a minister
ministration (noun) assistance in time of difficulty Synonyms: relief, succor, succour
ministry (noun) religious ministers collectively (especially Presbyterian)
(noun) building where the business of a government ministry is transacted
(noun) a government department under the direction of a minister of state
(noun) the work of a minister of religion
minisub (noun) submersible vessel for one or two persons; for naval operations or underwater exploration Synonyms: minisubmarine
minisubmarine (noun) submersible vessel for one or two persons; for naval operations or underwater exploration Synonyms: minisub
minium (noun) a reddish oxide of lead (Pb3O4) used as a pigment in paints and in glass and ceramics Synonyms: red lead
minivan (noun) a small box-shaped passenger van; usually has removable seats; used as a family car
miniver (noun) trimming on ceremonial robes consisting of white or light grey fur
mink (noun) the expensive fur of a mink
(noun) fur coat made from the soft lustrous fur of minks Synonyms: mink coat
(noun) slender-bodied semiaquatic mammal having partially webbed feet; valued for its fur
minniebush (noun) low shrub of the eastern United States with downy twigs Synonyms: Menziesia pilosa, minnie bush
minnow (noun) very small European freshwater fish common in gravelly streams Synonyms: Phoxinus phoxinus
minocycline (noun) tetracycline antibiotic (trade name Minocin) used to treat a variety of bacterial and rickettsial infections Synonyms: Minocin
minor (verb) have as one's secondary field of study
(adjective) of lesser importance or stature or rank
(adjective) lesser in scope or effect
(adjective) inferior in number or size or amount
(adjective) (of a scale or mode) having half steps between the second and third degrees, and (usually) the fifth and sixth degrees, and the seventh and eighth degrees
(adjective) not of legal age Synonyms: underage, nonaged
(adjective) of lesser seriousness or danger
(adjective) of your secondary field of academic concentration or specialization
(adjective) of the younger of two boys with the same family name
(adjective) warranting only temporal punishment Synonyms: venial
(adjective) relatively moderate, limited, or small Synonyms: modest, pocket-size, pocket-sized, small, small-scale
(noun) a young person of either sex Synonyms: kid, shaver, nestling, nipper, small fry, child, fry, tiddler, tike, tyke, youngster
minority (noun) a group of people who differ racially or politically from a larger group of which it is a part
(noun) being or relating to the smaller in number of two parts
(noun) any age prior to the legal age Synonyms: nonage
minors (noun) a league of teams that do not belong to a major league (especially baseball) Synonyms: minor league, bush league
minoxidil (noun) a vasodilator (trade name Loniten) used to treat severe hypertension; one side effect is hirsutism so it is also sold (trade name Rogaine) as a treatment for male-patterned baldness Synonyms: Rogaine, Loniten
minster (noun) any of certain cathedrals and large churches; originally connected to a monastery
minstrel (verb) celebrate by singing, in the style of minstrels
(noun) a singer of folk songs Synonyms: jongleur, poet-singer, folk singer, troubadour
(noun) a performer in a minstrel show
minstrelsy (noun) a troupe of minstrels
(noun) ballads sung by minstrels
(noun) the art of a minstrel
mint (noun) (often followed by `of') a large number or amount or extent Synonyms: lot, deal, peck, sight, wad, heap, mass, pile, stack, batch, flock, raft, mess, pot, mountain, spate, plenty, hatful, mickle, muckle, passel, quite a little, good deal, great deal, slew, tidy sum
(noun) any north temperate plant of the genus Mentha with aromatic leaves and small mauve flowers
(noun) any member of the mint family of plants
(noun) the leaves of a mint plant used fresh or candied
(noun) a candy that is flavored with a mint oil Synonyms: mint candy
(noun) a plant where money is coined by authority of the government
(adjective) as if new
(verb) form by stamping, punching, or printing Synonyms: strike, coin
mintage (noun) coins collectively Synonyms: coinage, metal money, specie
(noun) fee paid to a mint by the government for minting a coin
(noun) act or process of minting coins

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