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moppet (informal) a cute young child.
mop-up the completion of an action, esp. a military action.
mop up of a military force, to clear an area of the few remaining enemy forces.
moraine a deposit of rocks, sand, or clay carried or pushed aside by a moving glacier.
moral of, relating to, or concerned with the principles of right and wrong in human conduct. [6 definitions]
morale the mental or emotional condition of a person or group, as indicated by the level of enthusiasm, confidence, cheerfulness, or the like.
moralist one who believes that conduct should follow a particular set of moral standards. [2 definitions]
morality adherence to standards of right conduct. [4 definitions]
morality play an allegorical drama with characters that personify certain vices and virtues, intended for the moral and theological instruction of the audience.
moralize to discuss or think about morality. [3 definitions]
morally in a moral way or manner. [2 definitions]
moral philosophy see ethics.
morass an area of soft wet ground such as a swamp or bog. [2 definitions]
moratorium a legal right or authorization to delay the performance of some obligation, or the period of such a delay. [2 definitions]
moray any of a variety of usu. large tropical eels lacking pectoral fins and having rounded, porelike gill openings.
morbid in an unhealthy, gloomy mental state; preoccupied with sickness, abnormality, or death. [3 definitions]
morbidity a morbid condition or quality. [2 definitions]
mordacious biting or tending to bite. [2 definitions]
mordant caustic or corrosive. [5 definitions]
mordent in music, an embellishment of a note in which the principal tone is rapidly alternated with a whole or half tone below it. [2 definitions]
more comparative of "many" and "much." [9 definitions]