Starting with MN

Starting with MO

Starting with MU

Starting with MY

Interesting Categories for the Adjectives Starting with M

The Shortest/ Longest Adjectives lists contain words which have the least and the most number of letters. For the Interesting Adjectives category, the adjectives included are those which can improve the quality of your speech and writing and make it more enjoying to read or hear. The Positive Adjective lists to Describe a Person, Event and Place are composed of words which describe the good attributes of these types of nouns, while the Negative Adjectives categories include descriptive words which express characteristics that are considered bad or unfavorable.




–          a 无病呻吟的


–          a 杂七杂八的 不满和狂热的船员


–叮当作响的 众多的 牛群的铃铛


–          穆格y周五晚上

无数: 不计其数或数量极大

–          the 大量 城市之光




–蕾丝和褶边后面是 有驾驭能力的 成年女子


–一个年轻人 成熟 超过他的年龄


–我以前叫她老鼠小姐,因为她太 温顺的 温和。

谢谢l: 表现出或行使仁慈

–          a 谢谢l父亲


–他一直都是这样 一丝不苟的 关于他的外表。




–真是 魔术 片刻


–          大量的 音乐会




–一段时间 关键的 东西方关系的变化


–          the 神秘主义者l经验




–          神奇的 森林


–戏剧性的景观 壮丽的t山脉


–          了不起的 看法


–          majestic waterfalls

mountainous: having many mountains

–          a mountainous region


Negative Adjectives to Describe a Person

mad: mentally ill; insane

–          he felt as if he were going mad.

maladroitin: effective or bungling; clumsy

–          maladroit worker

merciless: showing no mercy or pity

–          the merciless killer

mousy: nervous, shy, or timid; lacking in presence or charisma

–          His mousy sister had become a dynamic journalist.

muddle-headed: mentally disorganized or confused

–          a muddle-headed idealist with utopian views

  • Negative Adjectives to Describe an Event

macabre: disturbing and horrifying because of involvement with or depiction of death and injury

–          a macabre series of murders

maddening: extremely annoying; infuriating

–          his maddening stories

malign: evil in nature or effect; malevolent

–          malign influence

meaningless: having no purpose or reason

–          The Great War was an outstanding example of meaningless conflict.

mindless: boring; so simple or repetitive as to be performed automatically without thought or skill

–          The monotony of housework turns it into a mindless task.


Negative Adjectives to Describe a Place

mediocre: of only moderate quality; not very good

–          a mediocre school

messy: untidy or dirty

–          messy room

miserable: causing someone to feel wretchedly unhappy or uncomfortable

–          the miserable village

morose: gloomy; sullen

–          the morose house

muddy: covered in or full of mud

–          muddy swamp


Heroic Adjectives

macho: showing aggressive pride in one’s masculinity

–          the big macho tough guy

manly: having or denoting those good qualities traditionally associated with men, such as courage and strength

–          He is looking manly and capable.

masculine: having qualities or appearance traditionally associated with men, especially strength and aggressiveness

–          He is outstandingly handsome and robust, very masculine.

mettlesome: full of spirit and courage

–          the mettlesome warriors

mighty: possessing great and impressive power or strength, especially on account of size

–          the mighty protector

  • Sporty Adjectives

master: having or showing very great skill or proficiency

–          the master bowler

masterly: performed or performing in a very skillful and accomplished way

–          a masterly archer

matchless: unable to be equaled; incomparable

–          the matchless swim of the Tunisian athlete

meaty: fleshy; brawny

–          the tall, meaty young wrestler

muscular: having well-developed muscles

–          The runner’s legs were strong and muscular.


Romantic Adjectives

matrimonial: of or relating to marriage or married people

–          our matrimonial bonds

memorable: worth remembering or easily remembered, especially because of being special or unusual

–          our memorable dates

mild: gentle and not easily provoked

–          She was mild by nature.

moving: producing strong emotion, especially sadness or sympathy

–          his moving words

mutual: experienced or done by each of two or more parties toward the other or others

–          The feeling is mutual.


Shortest Adjectives

mad: roused to anger

–          mad at his friend

made: produced by a manufacturing process

–          made goods available at the local store

男性的: being the sex (of plant or animal) that produces gametes (spermatozoa) that perform the fertilizing function in generation

–          男性的 child

main: most important element

–          main goal

Manx: of or relating to the Isle of Man or its inhabitants or their language

–          Manx fishing industry

many: a quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `as’ or `too’ or `so’ or `that’; amounting to a large but indefinite

–          many tasks

mat: not reflecting light; not glossy

–          a mat finish

mid: used in combination to denote the middle

–          midyear

mod: relating to a recently developed fashion or style

–          mod outfit

mum: failing to speak or communicate when expected to

–          Fred was mum on the subject


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Longest Adjectives

maxillomandibular: relating to the upper and lower jaws

–          maxillomandibular advancement

michelangelesque: – Definition: in the manner of Michelangelo

–          wall frescoes in a Michelangelesque 风格

微晶: –定义:包含仅在显微镜下可见的晶体

–          微晶 纤维素

单子叶植物: (指开花植物)种子中只有一个子叶,如草和百合

–          单子叶植物 植物

多维: 具有、涉及或以几个维度或方面为特征的

–          多维al问题

macrencephalous公司: 有一个大的脑壳

–          大头的 男性的

下颌面部: 属于或关于下颌和面部的

–          amandibulofacial公司 畸形

墨西哥: 表现出魔鬼特有的狡猾、机智或邪恶

–          墨菲斯托菲利安 起源


–          墨菲斯托菲利安 契约

微电子: 属于、关于或由微型电子元件组成

–          微电子 环行