Word power by peter funk Word power(m)

  • Magnanimous(Adj): kind, generous, compassionate, noble He was so magnanimous that he could forgive his enemies.
  • Macabre(Adj): causing horror, gruesome, horrible The scene was so macabre that the girl fainted.
  • Magnate(N): a wealthy and powerful person   By dint of hard work he rose from being pretty traders to a business magnate.
  • Magnify(V): to make something appear bigger or larger A palmist uses a magnifying lenses to read the lines of the plain
  • Magnificent(Adj): grand or majestic in appearance, quality or action, remarkable, splendid
  •   The tajmahal is a magnificent monument
  • Magnitude(N): size, importance, grandeur We didn’t first realize the magnitude of the problem
  • Malady(N): disease, illness, moral or mental disorder, any serious problem  Corruption has become social malady.
  • Malediction(N): curse, imprecation, calling down of evil; opp: benediction  Shower your benedictions onus not your maledictions.
  • Malefactor(N): evil-doer culprit, one who commits a crime Police are looking for the malefactor who involved in the murder Case.
  • Malevolent(Adj): malicious, wishing evil to others A malevolent heart rejoices at the misfortunes of others
  • Malice(N) : desire to harm others, evil to others  I don’t have any malice towards any one.
  • Malign(V): defame, insult, abuse, slander It is cruel to malign an honest boy.
  • Mangle(N): cut up, tear badly, mutilate   The hunter was badly mangled by the lion
  • Mania(N): morbid, craving , madness, very great passion  He has mania for playing cricket.
  • Mar() : spoil injure, damage The game was marred by a shower or rain.
  • Martinent(N): a very strict disciplinarian Our new principal is a martinent.
  • Martyr(N) : one who dies for a noble cause Our freedom is the result of the martyrdom of many of our     leaders.
  • Massacre(N): great slaughter, killing a large number of people in a violent  and  cruel way  Jallianwallah Bagh is one of the worst massacres in history of  the world
  • masticate(V): chew, grind with teeth we must masticate our food carefully in order to avoid digestive
  •     disorders.
  • Mammoth (Adj): gigantic, enormous, huge  Buildings a  dam like Nagarjuna sagar is a mammoth task which
  •  Requires lot of money and man power.
  • Mandatory (Adj): obligatory, containing a command.  These instructions are mandatory, and violation will be severable  Punished.
  • Malleable (Adj): capable of being shaped by pounding, ductile Gold is a malleable material, easily shaped into bracelets  andRings.
  • Maverick(N) : rebel, nonconformist  Jayaprakash Narayan was a maverick politician
  • Meager(Adj) : scanty, poor, inadequate
  •   His pay was so meager that he was unable to make both ends meet.

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