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murrain any of various infectious diseases of cattle, such anthrax.
Murray River a river in southeastern Australia.
murre either of two black and white, web-footed diving birds of northern oceans.
Muscadet (sometimes l.c.) a light, dry French wine, or the grape from which this wine is made.
muscadine a purple grape of the southern United States.
Muscat the seaport capital of Oman.
muscat a sweet, white variety of grape used for wine and raisins.
muscatel a sweet amber wine made from muscat grapes. [2 definitions]
muscle body tissue that controls movement of body parts by tightening and relaxing. [4 definitions]
musclebound having overdeveloped muscles and being stiff and inflexible as a result.
Muscovite a native or resident of Moscow. [2 definitions]
muscovite the most common mica found in several types of rocks, usu. colorless or silvery-white, used as an electrical insulator.
Muscovy duck a large crested duck of the Western Hemisphere that has been widely domesticated.
muscular of or relating to muscle. [2 definitions]
muscular dystrophy a noncontagious disease of unknown origin that causes progressive degeneration of the muscles.
musculature the muscular system of a body or body part.
musculoskeletal of, relating to, or involving the muscles and skeleton.
Muse in Greek mythology, any of the nine goddesses who preside over the arts and sciences. [2 definitions]
muse to ponder or meditate on something silently or at length.
musette a small French bagpipe of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries that is sounded by means of air supplied from a bellows. [2 definitions]
musette bag a small leather or canvas bag for toilet articles, carried by a shoulder strap.