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made for suited for in all ways.
Madeira a group of Portuguese islands off the northwest African coast. [3 definitions]
madeleine a rich cakelike pastry baked in a small mold.
mademoiselle an unmarried woman, addressed courteously. (abbr.: Mlle.) [2 definitions]
made-to-order made specially for a particular person; custom-made. [2 definitions]
made-up fictitious; invented. [3 definitions]
madhouse a hospital for the insane. [2 definitions]
Madison the capital of Wisconsin.
madly with a lack of reason or sense; wildly. [3 definitions]
madman one who is or acts as if he is without reason or sense; lunatic or maniac.
mad money (informal) a bit of money set aside for emergency use or for nonessential or frivolous purchases.
madness a state of insanity. [3 definitions]
Madonna the Virgin Mary, mother of Jesus Christ, or a statue or painting representing her (usu. prec. by the).
madras a fine-textured cotton material, usu. with brightly colored checks or plaid.
madre (Spanish) mother.
madrepore a kind of stony coral that forms reefs in tropical seas.
Madrid the capital of Spain.
madrigal a type of song popular in the Renaissance, usu. sung by four to six singers who sing the same words but at different times and usu. with no instrumental accompaniment.
madrilène a consommé made from tomatoes and usu. served jelled and chilled.
madroño an evergreen tree of western North America that has hard wood and smooth reddish bark and bears edible orange berries.
madwoman a woman who is or acts as if she is without reason or sense; lunatic or maniac.