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Moor a member of a mixed Arab and Berber Muslim people now living largely in northwestern Africa. [3 definitions]
moor1 an area of open, rolling, poorly drained land supporting heather and other acid-loving plants.
moor2 to anchor (a ship, balloon, or other vessel) with cables or lines. [4 definitions]
moorhen a common wading bird that typically inhabits marshes; common gallinule.
mooring (often pl.) equipment used to secure a ship or other vessel in place, such as cables and anchors. [4 definitions]
moose a large North American hoofed, cud-chewing mammal with humped shoulders, the males of which bear broad, flattened antlers.
moo shu pork a Chinese dish of thin strips of pork with eggs and vegetables, quick-fried and usu. prepared in a crÍpe with a kind of soy sauce.
moot not clearly settled; arguable; debatable. [6 definitions]
moot court a mock trial, usu. for the instruction of law students.
mop a mass of absorbent material fastened at the end of a long handle and used for washing surfaces, esp. floors. [3 definitions]
mope to act dejected and gloomy; sulk; brood. [3 definitions]
moped a motorized bicycle of low power.
moppet (informal) a cute young child.
mop-up the completion of an action, esp. a military action.
mop up of a military force, to clear an area of the few remaining enemy forces.
moraine a deposit of rocks, sand, or clay carried or pushed aside by a moving glacier.
moral of, relating to, or concerned with the principles of right and wrong in human conduct. [6 definitions]
morale the mental or emotional condition of a person or group, as indicated by the level of enthusiasm, confidence, cheerfulness, or the like.
moralist one who believes that conduct should follow a particular set of moral standards. [2 definitions]
morality adherence to standards of right conduct. [4 definitions]
morality play an allegorical drama with characters that personify certain vices and virtues, intended for the moral and theological instruction of the audience.