Professional Vocabulary

English Vocabulary Index

Professional Vocabulary for 12th July :

  1. Mope (v) : to be dull


  2. Mopish (adj.) : dull, spiritless


  3. Moraine (n) : rocks and gravel’s on the edge of glaciers


  4. Moral (adj.): that which a story teaches, principles of right and wrong


  5. Morale (n): mental make-up sustaining courage


  6. Morality (n) : moral science


  7. Morals (n) : manners, conduct


  8. Morbid (adj.) : sickly, not healthy


  9. More (adj.) : existing in greater quantity, amount or degree, additional


  10. Moreover (adv.): further, besides in addition


  11. Moribund (adj.) : about to die dying


  12. Morn (n) : the first part of the day


  13. Morning (n) : the first part of the day


  14. Morning star (n): Venus, a bright star seen at the dawn


  15. Morocco (n): a fine leather made from goat skin


  16. Morose (adj.) : sullen, surely, gloomy


  17. Morphia (n) : a drug used to deaden pain or to cause sleep


  18. Morrow (n): after any given day


  19. Morse (n): a code of signals used in signalling and telegraphy


  20. Morsel (n) : a mouthful, a small bit


  21. Mortal (adj.) : subject to death, deadly


  22. Mortality (n): death, death rate, number of death


  23. Mortgage (n) : security for payment of debt or loan


  24. Mortify (v) : humiliate, hurt


  25. Mortise (v & n) : hole in a frame work designed to receive the end of some other part


  26. Mortuary (v) : a room in which dead bodies are kept temporarily


  27. Mosque (n): a place of worship for Muslims


  28. Mosquito (n): a small blood-sucking insect


  29. Moss (n): lichens


  30. Most (adj.): superlative of MUCH and MANY


  31. Most (adv.): superlative of MUCH and MANY


  32. Mostly (adv): in the main, for the most part


  33. Mote (n): a small particle of dust


  34. Moth (n): a sort of winged insect flying at night


  35. Mother (n): the female parent, female head of a religious house, source


  36. Mother-in-law (n) : the mother of one’s husband of wife


  37. Motherland (n): one’s native land


  38. Motherly (adj.): kind, affectionate, characteristic of the mother


  39. Mother-of pearl (n) : the hard shining material which forms inside certain shells


  40. Mother-tongue (n) : one’s native language


  41. Motion (n): movement, change of place, proposal made in an assembly


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