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moue a pronounced distortion of the face expressing dejection, petulance, disappointment, or the like; pout.
mouflon a wild sheep that inhabits mountainous areas of Corsica and Sardinia.
mouillé pronounced palatally, as "ll" in French, "ñ" in Spanish, and "gl" and "gn" in Italian.
moulder (chiefly British) variant of molder.
moulding a spelling of "molding" used in Canada and Britain. See "molding" for more information.
mound a raised pile; heap. [6 definitions]
Mound Builders the early Indian peoples of North America who built extensive burial mounds, mainly in the Mississippi Valley.
mount1 to climb. [10 definitions]
mount2 a mountain or high hill.
mountain a geological formation or land mass with great height and steep sides that is higher than a hill. [2 definitions]
mountain ash any of several usu. ornamental trees of the rose family, bearing clusters of white flowers and red or orange berries.
mountain bike a bicycle made for riding on rugged, uphill terrain.
mountaineer a person who climbs mountains for sport. [3 definitions]
mountain goat see "Rocky Mountain goat."
mountain laurel an evergreen shrub of the eastern United States, having thick shiny leaves and bearing pink and white flowers.
mountain lion a large, powerful, tawny wild cat of the Western Hemisphere; cougar.
mountainous having many mountains. [2 definitions]
mountain range a series of mountains having a common origin and geological similarity.
mountain sheep any of various wild sheep that live in the mountains, esp. the bighorn.
mountain sickness nausea, weakness, and difficulty in breathing at high altitudes, caused by lack of oxygen.
mountainside any of the sloping surfaces of a mountain.