English Class – Top 21 words to know start with Letter M

by | Feb 18, 2019 | English Vocabulary

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My free English classes and lessons, 21 common but useful words that start with Letter M, you should add to your word vocabulary now, Thank you.Ashin Damika

 

English Class – Top 21 words to know start with Letter M

 

masculine

masculine = not woman, (having to do with man / strong) / (in language the opposite of feminine,eg. (he) is a masculine word,(she) is faminine word)

mere

mere = (only), not more than / (merely=only)

misdoubt

misdoubt = not to trust,(to feel uncertain)

mistake

mistake = not to understand, (to form a wrong opinion/to take one person or thing for another / an incorrect thought or action / —-& no mistake = without doubt)

moist

moist = not dry / (moisture = wetness)

muddled

muddled = not clear, not well arranged / (muddle = a disorderly heap / to muddle = to make disorder, to cause a plan to fail / To muddle along = o be busy without a clear plan).

nameless

nameless = not name / (too bad to be spoken of) / (name = the word by which a person or thing is known/namely = that is to say, I mean / namesake=a person having the same name as another)

lnatural

natural = not by man / (produced by the force of the earth & weather / naturally=according to nature/of course/as expected)

 

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less

less = not so much,taken from / (lessen=to make less / the lesser = the smaller)

near

near = not far away/close//(very careful of one’s money)

level-headed

nebulous = not clearly seen or understood, cloudy / ( nebula = a cloud of brightly burning gas or small stars seen in the sky)

stiff-necked

stiff-necked = not yielding to control or reason / (neck=part of the body between the head & the shoulder)

needless

needless = not necessary

negligible

negligible = not worth troubling about

negligent

negligent = not taking care / (neglect=to take no care of / to fail to do)

neither-nor

neither-nor = not this,not that

neverr

never = not at any time/(Well I never!=I am surprised)

new

new = not old, fresh, not to seen before / (lacking experience)

nonchalant

nonchalant = not eager

noncommittal

noncommittal = not telling what one intends to do

nondescript

nondescript = not easily described,peculiar

nonsense

nonsense = not sense,silly talk

 

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