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671 Words That Start With MO

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mo (noun) an indefinitely short time Synonyms: moment, second, bit, minute
moa (noun) extinct flightless bird of New Zealand
moan (verb) indicate pain, discomfort, or displeasure Synonyms: groan
(noun) an utterance expressing pain or disapproval Synonyms: groan
moaner (noun) a person given to excessive complaints and crying and whining Synonyms: squawker, grumbler, whiner, sniveller, complainer, crybaby, bellyacher
moat (noun) ditch dug as a fortification and usually filled with water Synonyms: fosse
moated (adjective) protected by a deep wide ditch usually filled with water
mob (verb) press tightly together or cram Synonyms: jam, pack, pile, throng
(noun) a disorderly crowd of people Synonyms: rabble, rout
(noun) a loose affiliation of gangsters in charge of organized criminal activities Synonyms: syndicate, crime syndicate, family
(noun) an association of criminals Synonyms: ring, pack, gang
mobbish (adjective) characteristic of a mob; disorderly or lawless Synonyms: moblike
mobcap (noun) large high frilly cap with a full crown; formerly worn indoors by women
mobile (noun) sculpture suspended in midair whose delicately balanced parts can be set in motion by air currents
(adjective) moving or capable of moving readily (especially from place to place)
(adjective) migratory Synonyms: roving, nomadic, peregrine, wandering
(adjective) having transportation available
(adjective) capable of changing quickly from one state or condition to another
(adjective) affording change (especially in social status) Synonyms: fluid
mobilisation (noun) act of marshaling and organizing and making ready for use or action Synonyms: mobilization
(noun) act of assembling and putting into readiness for war or other emergency: Synonyms: militarisation, militarization, mobilization
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
mobility (noun) the quality of moving freely
mobilization (noun) act of assembling and putting into readiness for war or other emergency: Synonyms: militarisation, militarization, mobilisation
(noun) act of marshaling and organizing and making ready for use or action Synonyms: mobilisation
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
moblike (adjective) characteristic of a mob; disorderly or lawless Synonyms: mobbish
mobocracy (noun) a political system in which a mob is the source of control; government by the masses Synonyms: ochlocracy
mobster (noun) a criminal who is a member of gang Synonyms: gangster
mocassin (noun) soft leather shoe; originally worn by Native Americans Synonyms: moccasin
moccasin (noun) soft leather shoe; originally worn by Native Americans Synonyms: mocassin
mocha (noun) soft suede glove leather from goatskin
(noun) a flavoring made from coffee mixed with chocolate
(noun) a superior dark coffee made from beans from Arabia Synonyms: mocha coffee
(noun) a dark brown color
mock (noun) the act of mocking or ridiculing
(verb) treat with contempt Synonyms: bemock
(verb) imitate with mockery and derision
(adjective) constituting a copy or imitation of something
mocker (noun) someone who jeers or mocks or treats something with contempt or calls out in derision Synonyms: jeerer, scoffer, flouter
(noun) long-tailed grey-and-white songbird of the southern United States able to mimic songs of other birds Synonyms: Mimus polyglotktos, mockingbird
mockernut (noun) smooth-barked North American hickory with 7 to 9 leaflets bearing a hard-shelled edible nut Synonyms: mockernut hickory, white-heart hickory, Carya tomentosa, big-bud hickory, black hickory
mockery (noun) showing your contempt by derision Synonyms: jeer, jeering, scoff, scoffing
(noun) a composition that imitates or misrepresents somebody's style, usually in a humorous way Synonyms: parody, put-on, takeoff, pasquinade, send-up, sendup, spoof, burlesque, travesty, lampoon
(noun) humorous or satirical mimicry Synonyms: parody, takeoff
mocking (adjective) abusing vocally; expressing contempt or ridicule Synonyms: jeering, derisive, gibelike, taunting
(adjective) playfully vexing (especially by ridicule) Synonyms: quizzical, teasing
mockingbird (noun) long-tailed grey-and-white songbird of the southern United States able to mimic songs of other birds Synonyms: Mimus polyglotktos, mocker
mockingly (adverb) in a disrespectful jeering manner Synonyms: jeeringly, gibingly
(adverb) in a disrespectful and mocking manner Synonyms: derisively, derisorily, scoffingly
mod (adjective) relating to a recently developed fashion or style Synonyms: modern, modernistic
(noun) a British teenager or young adult in the 1960s; noted for their clothes consciousness and opposition to the rockers
modal (adjective) relating to or constituting the most frequent value in a distribution Synonyms: average
(adjective) of or relating to a musical mode; especially written in an ecclesiastical mode
(adjective) relating to or expressing the mood of a verb
(noun) an auxiliary verb (such as `can' or `will') that is used to express modality Synonyms: modal auxiliary, modal auxiliary verb, modal verb
modality (noun) a classification of propositions on the basis of whether they claim necessity or possibility or impossibility Synonyms: mode
(noun) verb inflections that express how the action or state is conceived by the speaker Synonyms: mode, mood
(noun) a particular sense Synonyms: sense modality, sensory system
(noun) a method of therapy that involves physical or electrical therapeutic treatment
mode (noun) how something is done or how it happens Synonyms: way, fashion, manner, style
(noun) a particular functioning condition or arrangement
(noun) a classification of propositions on the basis of whether they claim necessity or possibility or impossibility Synonyms: modality
(noun) verb inflections that express how the action or state is conceived by the speaker Synonyms: modality, mood
(noun) any of various fixed orders of the various diatonic notes within an octave Synonyms: musical mode
(noun) the most frequent value of a random variable Synonyms: modal value
model (noun) a hypothetical description of a complex entity or process Synonyms: framework, theoretical account
(noun) a type of product
(noun) a person who poses for a photographer or painter or sculptor Synonyms: poser
(noun) representation of something (sometimes on a smaller scale) Synonyms: simulation
(noun) something to be imitated Synonyms: example, good example, exemplar
(noun) someone worthy of imitation Synonyms: role model
(noun) a representative form or pattern Synonyms: example
(noun) a woman who wears clothes to display fashions Synonyms: manakin, manikin, mannequin, mannikin, fashion model
(noun) the act of representing something (usually on a smaller scale) Synonyms: modeling, modelling
(adjective) worthy of imitation Synonyms: exemplary
(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
modeled (adjective) resembling sculpture Synonyms: sculptural, sculptured, sculpturesque
modeler (noun) a person who creates models Synonyms: modeller
modeling (noun) sculpture produced by molding Synonyms: molding, moulding, mold, mould, clay sculpture
(noun) a preliminary sculpture in wax or clay from which a finished work can be copied Synonyms: modelling, molding, moulding
(noun) the act of representing something (usually on a smaller scale) Synonyms: model, modelling
modeller (noun) a person who creates models Synonyms: modeler
modelling (noun) a preliminary sculpture in wax or clay from which a finished work can be copied Synonyms: modeling, molding, moulding
(noun) the act of representing something (usually on a smaller scale) Synonyms: model, modeling
modem (noun) (from a combination of MOdulate and DEModulate) electronic equipment consisting of a device used to connect computers by a telephone line
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
(adjective) being within reasonable or average limits; not excessive or extreme
(adjective) not extreme Synonyms: temperate
(adjective) marked by avoidance of extravagance or extremes Synonyms: restrained
(noun) a person who takes a position in the political center Synonyms: middle of the roader, moderationist, centrist
moderately (adverb) to certain extent or degree Synonyms: reasonably, jolly, middling, passably, pretty, somewhat, fairly
(adverb) with moderation; in a moderate manner
moderateness (noun) the property of being moderate in price or expenditures Synonyms: reasonableness, modestness
(noun) quality of being moderate and avoiding extremes Synonyms: moderation
moderating (adjective) lessening in intensity or strength
moderation (noun) quality of being moderate and avoiding extremes Synonyms: moderateness
(noun) a change for the better Synonyms: relief, easing
(noun) the trait of avoiding excesses Synonyms: temperance
(noun) the action of lessening in severity or intensity Synonyms: mitigation
moderationism (noun) the policy of being moderate or acting with moderation
moderationist (noun) a moderate drinker (as opposed to a total abstainer)
(noun) a person who takes a position in the political center Synonyms: middle of the roader, moderate, centrist
moderatism (noun) a political philosophy of avoiding the extremes of left and right by taking a moderate position or course of action Synonyms: centrism
moderato (adjective) (of tempo) moderate
moderator (noun) any substance used to slow down neutrons in nuclear reactors
(noun) in the Presbyterian church, the officer who presides over a synod or general assembly
(noun) someone who presides over a forum or debate
(noun) someone who mediates disputes and attempts to avoid violence
moderatorship (noun) the position of moderator
modern (adjective) belonging to the modern era; since the Middle Ages
(adjective) relating to a recently developed fashion or style Synonyms: mod, modernistic
(adjective) characteristic of present-day art and music and literature and architecture
(adjective) ahead of the times Synonyms: innovative, advanced, forward-looking
(noun) a contemporary person
(noun) a typeface (based on an 18th century design by Gianbattista Bodoni) distinguished by regular shape and hairline serifs and heavy downstrokes Synonyms: Bodoni, modern font, Bodoni font
moderne (adjective) of or relating to a popularization of art deco that used bright colors and rectangular shapes
modernisation (noun) making modern in appearance or behavior Synonyms: modernization
modernise (verb) become technologically advanced Synonyms: develop, modernize
(verb) make repairs, renovations, revisions or adjustments to Synonyms: overhaul, modernize
modernised (adjective) brought up to date Synonyms: modernized
modernism (noun) genre of art and literature that makes a self-conscious break with previous genres
(noun) the quality of being current or of the present Synonyms: modernity, modernness, contemporaneity, contemporaneousness
(noun) practices typical of contemporary life or thought
modernist (noun) an artist who makes a deliberate break with previous styles
modernistic (adjective) relating to a recently developed fashion or style Synonyms: mod, modern
modernity (noun) the quality of being current or of the present Synonyms: modernism, modernness, contemporaneity, contemporaneousness
modernization (noun) making modern in appearance or behavior Synonyms: modernisation
(noun) a modernized version (as of a play)
modernize (verb) make repairs, renovations, revisions or adjustments to Synonyms: overhaul, modernise
(verb) become technologically advanced Synonyms: develop, modernise
modernized (adjective) brought up to date Synonyms: modernised
modernness (noun) the quality of being current or of the present Synonyms: modernism, modernity, contemporaneity, contemporaneousness
modest (adjective) marked by simplicity; having a humble opinion of yourself
(adjective) not offensive to sexual mores in conduct or appearance
(adjective) not large but sufficient in size or amount Synonyms: small
(adjective) free from pomp or affectation
(adjective) low or inferior in station or quality Synonyms: humble, small, low, lowly
(adjective) humble in spirit or manner; suggesting retiring mildness or even cowed submissiveness Synonyms: meek, mild
(adjective) relatively moderate, limited, or small Synonyms: minor, pocket-size, pocket-sized, small, small-scale
modestly (adverb) with modesty; in a modest manner
modestness (noun) the property of being moderate in price or expenditures Synonyms: reasonableness, moderateness
(noun) freedom from vanity or conceit Synonyms: modesty
modesty (noun) freedom from vanity or conceit Synonyms: modestness
(noun) formality and propriety of manner Synonyms: reserve
modicum (noun) a small or moderate or token amount
modifiable (adjective) capable of being modified in form or character or strength (especially by making less extreme)
modification (noun) the act of making something different (as e.g. the size of a garment) Synonyms: adjustment, alteration
(noun) slightly modified copy; not an exact copy
(noun) the grammatical relation that exists when a word qualifies the meaning of the phrase Synonyms: qualifying, limiting
(noun) an event that occurs when something passes from one state or phase to another Synonyms: change, alteration
modified (adjective) changed in form or character
(adjective) mediocre Synonyms: limited
modifier (noun) a content word that qualifies the meaning of a noun or verb Synonyms: qualifier
(noun) a moderator who makes less extreme or uncompromising
(noun) a person who changes something Synonyms: changer
(noun) a gene that modifies the effect produced by another gene Synonyms: modifier gene
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
modillion (noun) (architecture) one of a set of ornamental brackets under a cornice
modiolus (noun) the central conical bony pillar of the cochlea
modish (adjective) in the current fashion or style Synonyms: in style, in vogue, a la mode, latest
modishly (adverb) in a fashionable manner Synonyms: smartly, sprucely
modishness (noun) elegance by virtue of being fashionable Synonyms: smartness, chichi, last word, stylishness, swank, chic, chicness
modiste (noun) someone who makes and sells hats Synonyms: hatmaker, hatter, milliner
(noun) someone who makes or mends dresses Synonyms: needlewoman, dressmaker, seamstress, sempstress
mods (noun) a youth subculture that began in London in the early 1960s; a working-class movement with highly stylized dress and short hair; listened to rhythm and blues music and travelled on motor scooters
modular (adjective) constructed with standardized units or dimensions allowing flexibility and variety in use
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)
modulated (adjective) changed or adjusted in pitch, tone, or volume
(adjective) altered in volume as well as tone or pitch
modulation (noun) a musical passage moving from one key to another Synonyms: transition
(noun) (electronics) the transmission of a signal by using it to vary a carrier wave; changing the carrier's amplitude or frequency or phase
(noun) rise and fall of the voice pitch Synonyms: intonation, pitch contour
(noun) a manner of speaking in which the loudness or pitch or tone of the voice is modified Synonyms: inflection
(noun) the act of modifying or adjusting according to due measure and proportion (as with regard to artistic effect)
module (noun) one of the inherent cognitive or perceptual powers of the mind Synonyms: mental faculty, faculty
(noun) detachable compartment of a spacecraft
(noun) computer circuit consisting of an assembly of electronic components (as of computer hardware)
(noun) a self-contained component (unit or item) that is used in combination with other components
modulus (noun) an integer that can be divided without remainder into the difference between two other integers
(noun) the absolute value of a complex number
(noun) (physics) a coefficient that expresses how much of a specified property is possessed by a specified substance
mogul (noun) a bump on a ski slope
(noun) a very wealthy or powerful businessman Synonyms: power, king, magnate, baron, big businessman, business leader, top executive, tycoon
mohair (noun) fabric made with yarn made from the silky hair of the Angora goat
mohawk (noun) haircut in which the head is shaved except for a band of hair down the middle of the scalp Synonyms: mohawk haircut
moiety (noun) one of two (approximately) equal parts Synonyms: mediety
(noun) one of two basic subdivisions of a tribe
moil (verb) work hard Synonyms: dig, grind, drudge, fag, toil, travail, labor, labour
(verb) be agitated Synonyms: roil, churn, boil
(verb) moisten or soil
moire (noun) silk fabric with a wavy surface pattern Synonyms: watered-silk
(adjective) (of silk fabric) having a wavelike pattern Synonyms: watered
moist (adjective) slightly wet Synonyms: damp, dampish
moisten (verb) make moist Synonyms: wash, dampen
(verb) moisten with fine drops Synonyms: drizzle
moistener (noun) a device that dampens or moistens something Synonyms: dampener
moistening (noun) the act of making something slightly wet Synonyms: dampening
moistly (adverb) in a damp manner Synonyms: damply
moistness (noun) a slight wetness Synonyms: damp, dampness
moisture (noun) wetness caused by water Synonyms: wet
moisturise (verb) make (more) humid Synonyms: humidify, moisturize

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