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motherwort any of a variety of weedy plants of the mint family that bear clusters of small pink or purple flowers.
mothproof not susceptible to damage caused by moth larvae. [2 definitions]
mothy infested by moths.
motif a distinct formal unit such as a design, theme, or musical phrase that may repeat in, dominate, characterize, or be a prominent feature of an aesthetic or decorative work. [2 definitions]
motile capable of independent motion. [2 definitions]
motion the process, manner, or continuous action of moving; movement. [8 definitions]
motionless without motion; unmoving.
motion picture a series of photographic images projected in rapid succession on a screen, creating the illusion of natural and continuous motion. [2 definitions]
motion-sensing able to detect motion electronically.
motion sickness nausea and dizziness induced by the motion of an airplane, car, ship, or the like.
motivate to cause to move or act by giving incentive or inspiration.
motivation the act or process of motivating. [3 definitions]
motivational research in advertising and marketing, the systematic assessment of consumer attitudes toward products and services.
motivator a person or thing that causes one to move or act by giving incentive or inspiration.
-motive moving, or relating to motion.
motive an idea, need, desire, or impulse that causes a person to act in a particular way or do a particular thing; reason. [2 definitions]
motiveless combined form of motive.
mot juste (French) the exact word or phrase for the situation.
motley made up of a contrasting variety of types, appearances, or the like; very heterogeneous. [4 definitions]
motmot any of a variety of tropical American birds related to the kingfisher that have long tails and blue or green plumage, and that dig out tunnels in which they nest.
motocross a cross-country race for lightweight motorcycles over rough terrain.