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might as well used to indicate an alternative course of action that cannot be any worse than what one is currently doing and may be the best course of action, even though it may not be the ideal thing or the thing that one had originally planned. [2 definitions]
mightily with strength, power, or energy. [2 definitions]
might've contracted form of "might have."
mighty having or displaying great power, strength, or ability. [4 definitions]
mignon small and pretty; delicate or dainty.
mignonette a common garden plant bearing spikes of fragrant pale green flowers.
migraine an extremely painful, usu. recurring headache that is characteristically accompanied by vision disturbances and nausea.
migrant moving from place to place; migratory. [3 definitions]
migrate to move from one region into another. [2 definitions]
migration the act or process of migrating. [2 definitions]
migratory of or pertaining to migration or an act of migrating. [2 definitions]
Miguel de Cervantes a Spanish author (b.1547--d.1616).
mikado (sometimes cap.) a title formerly used for the emperor of Japan.
mike (informal) a microphone.
Mikhail Gorbachev a statesman and leader of the Soviet Union from 1985 to 1991, during which time his foreign policy and domestic reforms contributed to the end of the Cold War and the dissolution of the Communist U.S.S.R. (b.1931).
mikron variant of micron.
mil1 a unit of length equal to one thousandth of an inch or .0254 millimeter, used to measure the diameter of wire or the like. [2 definitions]
mil2 the smallest monetary unit of Cyprus. (Cf. pound.)
mil.1 abbreviation of "military."
mil.2 abbreviation of "million."
milady used as a title for an English noblewoman or lady. [2 definitions]