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mouth-to-mouth of, pertaining to, or being a method to blow air directly into the lungs of someone who is not breathing on his or her own.
mouthwash a liquid for rinsing one's mouth and teeth in order to kill germs, remove breath odor, or treat teeth against decay.
mouthwatering so appetizing in smell, appearance, taste, or description as to activate one's salivary glands; tasty or delicious.
mouthy impudent or insolent in speaking.
mouton sheepskin or lambskin processed to resemble more expensive beaver or seal furs, usu. used for coats.
movable capable of being moved; not permanently fixed. [3 definitions]
move to change position or location. [15 definitions]
moveable combined form of move.
move back to move in a reverse direction. [4 definitions]
move in to become situated in a new home or place of business. [6 definitions]
moveless combined form of move.
movement change in position or location. [8 definitions]
move on to leave something behind, like a place, position, emotional state, or subject, and go elsewhere or forward. [2 definitions]
move out to leave a home or business and taking all one's things with one. [4 definitions]
move over to shift so as to make room for another.
mover a person or thing that moves. [3 definitions]
move up to move closer to the front. [3 definitions]
movie a motion picture; film. [3 definitions]
moviegoer one who attends a film or films.
moviemaker a person who makes movies, esp. a producer or director; filmmaker.
moviemaking the process, activity, or profession of making movies.