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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.
moralize to discuss or think about morality. [3 definitions]
morally in a moral way or manner. [2 definitions]
moral philosophy see ethics.
morals ideas or habits of behavior that have to do with what is right and what is wrong.
morass an area of soft wet ground such as a swamp or bog. [2 definitions]
moratorium a legal right or authorization to delay the performance of some obligation, or the period of such a delay. [2 definitions]
moray any of a variety of usu. large tropical eels lacking pectoral fins and having rounded, porelike gill openings.
morbid in an unhealthy, gloomy mental state; preoccupied with sickness, abnormality, or death. [3 definitions]
morbidity a morbid condition or quality. [2 definitions]
mordacious biting or tending to bite. [2 definitions]