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mine1 the possessive form of I; that which belongs to me.
mine2 a deep hole or system of holes made in the earth, from which mineral substances such as gold, coal, or precious stones are extracted. [9 definitions]
mine detector a device used for finding hidden explosive mines.
minefield an expanse of land or water in which mines that explode on contact have been laid.
minelayer a naval vessel designed to lay explosive underwater mines.
miner a person employed to extract coal or other minerals from a mine.
mineral any of various inorganic natural substances, usu. having crystalline structures and a characteristic hardness. [3 definitions]
mineralize to change into a mineral; petrify. [4 definitions]
mineralogist one who specializes in mineralogy.
mineralogy the scientific study of minerals and their properties.
mineral oil an oil derived from petroleum, used in cosmetics and as a laxative. [2 definitions]
mineral water water filled with mineral salts or gases.
mineral wool a wool-like material made of molten rock, slag, or glass, and used as insulation.
Minerva in Roman mythology, the goddess of wisdom, art, and invention; Athena.
minestrone a thick soup made with vegetables, beans, pasta, and often meat.
minesweeper a naval vessel used for destroying, removing, or deactivating underwater enemy mines.
Ming the Chinese dynasty of 1368-1644 known for its scholarly and artistic achievements, esp. in textiles, painting, and porcelains.
mingle to associate or socialize with other people. [4 definitions]
mini a very short skirt; miniskirt. [2 definitions]
mini- very small; reduced in size, length, or duration.
miniature a very small copy or reproduction of something. [6 definitions]