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Meanings of Meadowlands:

noun

Land used for the cultivation of grass for hay.

Usage examples:

A large village in open meadowland

Meadowlark

ˈmɛdəʊlɑːk

Meanings of Meadowlark:

noun

A ground-dwelling songbird of the american blackbird family, with a brown streaky back and yellow and black underparts.

Usage examples:

The meadowlarks and magpies would gather right outside.

Meadowlarks

ˈmɛdəʊlɑːk

Meanings of Meadowlarks:

noun

A ground-dwelling songbird of the american blackbird family, with a brown streaky back and yellow and black underparts.

Usage examples:

The meadowlarks and magpies would gather right outside.

Meadows

ˈmed.əʊ

Meanings of Meadows:

noun

A piece of grassland, especially one used for hay.

Usage examples:

A meadow ready for cutting

Meadowsweet

ˈmɛdəʊswiːt

Meanings of Meadowsweet:

noun

A tall eurasian plant of the rose family, with heads of creamy-white sweet-smelling flowers, growing typically in damp meadows.

Usage examples:

Plants thriving on the meadows include oxeye daisy, yellow-rattle, meadowsweet, bird's-foot trefoil…

Meadowsweets

ˈmed.əʊ.swiːt

Meanings of Meadowsweets:

noun

A tall eurasian plant of the rose family, with heads of creamy-white sweet-smelling flowers, growing typically in damp meadows.

Usage examples:

Plants thriving on the meadows include oxeye daisy, yellow-rattle, meadowsweet, bird's-foot trefoil…

Meanings of Meads:

noun

A meadow.

Usage examples:

Gone was the safe, familiar home, set amidst a tumble of rolling, well-tilled fields dotted with fa…

Meager

ˈmiː.ɡər

Meanings of Meager:

adjective

(of something provided or available) lacking in quantity or quality.

Usage examples:

They were forced to supplement their meagre earnings
noun

A large predatory marine fish of the drum family, found in the mediterranean, eastern atlantic, and south-western indian ocean. it is an important food fish in southern africa.

Meagerness

ˈmiːɡənəs

Meanings of Meagerness:

noun

Lack of quantity or quality; inadequacy.

Usage examples:

Job satisfaction eclipses the meagreness of income

Meagre

ˈmiː.ɡər

Meanings of Meagre:

adjective

(of something provided or available) lacking in quantity or quality.

Usage examples:

They were forced to supplement their meagre earnings
noun

A large predatory marine fish of the drum family, found in the mediterranean, eastern atlantic, and south-western indian ocean. it is an important food fish in southern africa.

Meanings of Meagreness:

noun

Lack of quantity or quality; inadequacy.

Usage examples:

Job satisfaction eclipses the meagreness of income

Meanings of Meak:

noun

An implement with a long handle and crooked iron or blade used to pull up or cut down peas, bracken, reeds, etc. compare pea-make , "pease-meak".

Meal

miːl

Meanings of Meal:

noun

Any of the regular occasions in a day when a reasonably large amount of food is eaten.

Usage examples:

The evening meal

Meanings of Mealberry:

noun

The red bearberry, arctostaphylos uva-ursi.

Mealier

ˈmiː.li

Meanings of Mealier:

adjective

Resembling or containing meal.

Usage examples:

A mealy flavour

Mealies

ˈmiːli

Meanings of Mealies:

noun

A maize plant.

Usage examples:

The mealies were as tall as my stretched arms

Mealiest

ˈmiː.li

Meanings of Mealiest:

adjective

Resembling or containing meal.

Usage examples:

A mealy flavour

Meanings of Mealing:

noun

The action of taking meals; (us) the provision of meals at a boarding house, etc. (now rare).

Meanings of Mealman:

noun

A person who deals in meal or flour.

Meanings of Mealmen:

noun

A person who deals in meal or flour.

Meals

mɪəl

Meanings of Meals:

noun

Any of the regular occasions in a day when a reasonably large amount of food is eaten.

Usage examples:

The evening meal

Mealtime

ˈmɪəl.taɪm

Meanings of Mealtime:

noun

The time at which a meal is eaten.

Usage examples:

Family life seemed to revolve around mealtimes

Mealtimes

ˈmɪəl.taɪm

Meanings of Mealtimes:

noun

The time at which a meal is eaten.

Usage examples:

Family life seemed to revolve around mealtimes

Mealworm

ˈmiːlwəːm

Meanings of Mealworm:

noun

The larva of the meal beetle, which is used as food for cage birds and other insectivorous animals.

Usage examples:

They will readily accept human handouts of mealworms and bird grubs, often becoming so tame that th…

Mealworms

ˈmiːlwəːm

Meanings of Mealworms:

noun

The larva of the meal beetle, which is used as food for cage birds and other insectivorous animals.

Usage examples:

They will readily accept human handouts of mealworms and bird grubs, often becoming so tame that th…

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