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-metry science or process of measuring.
mettle inherent temperament; character. [2 definitions]
mettlesome spirited or courageous.
Meursault a dry white wine from the Burgundy area of France.
MeV a unit of energy equal to one million electron-volts.
mew1 a small cry made by a cat. [2 definitions]
mew2 to shut away or confine as in a cage (often fol. by "up").
mewl to cry or whine in a weak manner; whimper.
mews urban stables or carriage houses, esp. in England, that were built along an alley or grouped around a court, many of which have subsequently been converted into small houses or apartments.
Mexican of or pertaining to Mexico or its people, culture, or the like. [2 definitions]
Mexican hairless a small dog of a breed esp. found in Mexico, having no hair on its body except for a bit on the head and tail.
Mexican stand-off a position of impasse with the possibility of hostile aggression.
Mexican War the war of 1846-48 between the United States and Mexico.
Mexico a North American country south of the United States. [2 definitions]
Mexico City the capital of Mexico.
mezereon a mezereum.
mezereum a low flowering shrub, native to Europe and Asia, that bears fragrant pinkish purple flowers early in spring. [2 definitions]
mezuzah a small case containing a piece of parchment inscribed with Biblical passages, that is traditionally attached to the doorpost of a Jewish home.
mezzanine a low-storied floor located in between two full floors of a building, sometimes serving as a balcony. [2 definitions]
mezzo in music, medium; moderate (usu. used in combination). [3 definitions]
mezzo-relievo sculptural relief in which the work projects about halfway from the background.