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TOEFL Words with Synonyms 3: Print Flashcard

malice
/'mælɪs/ n.
enmity of heart; malevolence; ill will; spirit delighting in harm or misfortune to another
malicious
/mə'lɪʃəs/ a. Syn. spiteful
deliberately harmful; spiteful; proceeding from extreme hatred
masquerade
/mæskə'reɪd/;/mæskə'rɛd/ n.
assembly of persons wearing masks, and amusing themselves with dancing, conversation, or other diversions; dramatic performance by actors in masks
maudlin
/'mɔ:dlɪn/ a. Syn. sentimental
tearfully sentimental; over-emotional; sickly-sentimental
meander
/mɪ'ændə(r)/ v.
follow a winding and turning course; move aimlessly and idly without fixed direction
mediocre
/mi:dɪ'oʊkə(r)/ a. Syn. ordinary; commonplace; average
moderate to inferior in quality; ordinary; commonplace
mercenary
/'mɜrsɪnərɪ/;/-nɛrɪ/ a.
interested in making money; profit oriented; hired for service in foreign army
meretricious
/mɛrɪ'trɪʃəs/ a.
of or pertaining to prostitutes; tastelessly showy; lustful; deceptive; misleading
meticulous
/mɪ'tɪkjʊləs/ a. Syn. scrupulous; cautious
excessively careful; marked by extreme care in treatment of details
mettle
/'mɛt(ə)l/ n. Syn. courage; spirit
quality of endurance and courage; good temperament and character
microcosm
/'maɪkrəkɒz(ə)m/ n.
small, representative system having analogies to larger system; miniature model of something
mimic
/'mɪmɪk/ v. Syn. imitate; copy
copy or imitate closely, especially in speech, expression
misanthrope
/'mɪsənθroʊp/ n.
one who hates or mistrusts mankind
misnomer
/mɪs'noʊmə(r)/ n.
error in naming person or place; name wrongly or unsuitably applied to a person or an object
monologue
/'mɒnəlɒg/ n.
speech uttered by a person alone; dramatic soliloquy
morose
/mə'roʊs/ a. Syn. sullen; gloomy
ill humored; sullen; depressingly dark; gloomy; persistent
motley
/'mɒtlɪ/ a. Syn. mixed; heterogeneous
multi-colored; mixed; having elements of great variety
mottled
/'mɒt(ə)ld/ a. Syn. spotted
spotted with different shades or colors
mundane
/'mʌndeɪn/ a. Syn. worldly; earthly; secular
belonging to this earth or world; not ideal or heavenly; concerned with commonplaces; ordinary
murky
/'mɜrkɪ/ a. Syn. vague
dark and gloomy; thick with fog; vague