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Online Vocabulary for 11th July :

  1. Money (n) : metal stamped into coins used for payments, currency note, wealth


  2. Monger (n) : a trader, dealer


  3. Mongoose (n) : a big squirrel-like animal which is known to kill poisonous snakes


  4. Mungoose (n) : a big squirrel-like animal which is known to kill poisonous snakes


  5. Mongrel (n); dog of mixed breed, plant or animal of mixed origin


  6. Monitor (n): mentor, a kind of warship


  7. Monk (n): a male member of a religious community under vow of celibacy


  8. Monkey (n): an animal closely resembling man


  9. Monkey (v) : act mischievously


  10. Monocle (n) : single eye glass


  11. Monogamy (n) : practice of being married to only one person at a time


  12. Monogram (n) : two or more letters combined into a single design


  13. Monolith (n): a large single stone which is carved into same figure


  14. Monologue (n) : speech in a play, etc., by only one person


  15. Monoplane (n) : an aeroplane with one wing on each side of the fuselage


  16. Monopolize (v) : acquire the right exclusively to oneself


  17. Monopoly (n) : sole right, a controlled product


  18. Monosyllable (n): a word of one syllable


  19. Monotheism (n): belief that there is only one god


  20. Monotonous (adj.): uninteresting, unchanging, without variety, uniform


  21. Monotype (n) : composing-machine that casts and sets up type


  22. Monseigneur (n) : French title given to a person of high rank


  23. Monsieur (n): Sir, a title of courtesy


  24. Monsoon (n) : a seasonal wind


  25. Monster (n): anything horrible from ugliness or wickedness


  26. Monstrous (adj.) : horrible, huge, unnatural


  27. Month (n) : the twelfth part of a year


  28. Monthly (adj.) : occurring every month, coming out once in a month


  29. Monument (n) : a memorial built in memory of a person or an event


  30. Monumental (adj.) : memorial, commemorative


  31. Mood (n): manner, state of the mind, a form of the verb to show its function


  32. Moon (n) : the heavenly body which revolves round the earth and shines at night


  33. Moor (n) : uncultivated land


  34. Moorings (n.pl) : the articles (chain, ropes, etc.) required to hold a ship in position


  35. Moose (v) : North American deer like animal


  36. Moot (v) : bring forward for discussion


  37. Moot (adj.) : disputable, debatable


  38. Mop (n) : a duster


  39. Mop (v) : dust, clean up


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