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meter stick a measuring stick one meter long.
metes and bounds in law, the exact boundaries of a land area, as described in a deed.
meth abbreviation of "methamphetamine"; a white crystalline drug derived from amphetamine that is a strong stimulant of the nervous system.
methadone a synthetic narcotic drug used in the treatment of heroin and morphine addiction and as a painkiller.
methamphetamine a white crystalline drug derived from amphetamine that is a strong stimulant of the nervous system.
methane a flammable hydrocarbon gas that results from the decay of organic material as in marshes and coal mines, and is the main constituent of natural gas.
methanol a colorless, poisonous liquid used as a solvent, fuel, or antifreeze; methyl alcohol.
metheglin an alcoholic drink of fermented honey and water and sometimes spices; mead.
methemoglobin a substance formed in the blood by the oxidation of hemoglobin, as by the effects of certain drugs.
methionine a sulfur-containing amino acid that is found in proteins and is essential in the diet of humans and other animals.
method plan or mode of procedure; way. [3 definitions]
methodical done, arranged, or acting in an orderly and systematic way. [2 definitions]
Methodism the doctrines, beliefs, and practices of the Methodists. [2 definitions]
Methodist a member of a Protestant Christian religious denomination developed from the teachings of John Wesley in the early eighteenth century. [3 definitions]
methodize to reduce to a systematic and orderly way or arrangement. [2 definitions]
methodology a body of methods, principles, and rules used for a specific activity or branch of knowledge. [2 definitions]
methotrexate A toxic analog of folate that is used as a chemotherapy agent, an immune system suppressant, and an abortifacient.
Methuselah according to the Old Testament, a patriarch who lived 969 years.
methyl a common organic chemical unit made up of carbon and hydrogen, usu. existing only in combination.
methyl acetate a clear liquid substance that readily evaporates, used esp. as a solvent and paint remover.
methyl alcohol a colorless, volatile, poisonous liquid, consisting of one carbon atom per molecule with hydrogen and oxygen, that is used as a fuel, solvent, and antifreeze; methanol.