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Moisture

ˈmɔɪs.tʃər

Meanings of Moisture:

noun

Water or other liquid diffused in a small quantity as vapour, within a solid, or condensed on a surface.

Usage examples:

The air was constantly heavy with moisture

Moisturize

ˈmɔɪstʃərʌɪz

Meanings of Moisturize:

verb

Make (something, especially the skin) less dry.

Usage examples:

Revitalize your face, moisturize your skin

Moisturized

ˈmɔɪs.tʃər.aɪz

Meanings of Moisturized:

verb

Make (something, especially the skin) less dry.

Usage examples:

Revitalize your face, moisturize your skin

Meanings of Moisturizer:

noun

A cosmetic preparation used to prevent dryness in the skin.

Usage examples:

Every night i take off my make-up with baby lotion and then put moisturizer on

Moisturizers

ˈmɔɪs.tʃər.aɪ.zər

Meanings of Moisturizers:

noun

A cosmetic preparation used to prevent dryness in the skin.

Usage examples:

Every night i take off my make-up with baby lotion and then put moisturizer on

Meanings of Moisturizes:

verb

Make (something, especially the skin) less dry.

Usage examples:

Revitalize your face, moisturize your skin

Meanings of Moisturizing:

verb

Make (something, especially the skin) less dry.

Usage examples:

Revitalize your face, moisturize your skin

Moisty

ˈmɔɪsti

Meanings of Moisty:

adjective

(especially of weather) moist or damp.

Usage examples:

A misty, moisty day

Moit

mɔɪt

Meanings of Moit:

noun

A foreign substance in a woollen fleece, especially a particle of wood.

Usage examples:

After this, the wool is cleansed of moits

Meanings of Moity:

adjective

Of wool: containing particles of wood or other foreign substances.

Mojarra

məʊˈharə

Meanings of Mojarra:

noun

A small, typically silvery fish that lives in shallow coastal and brackish waters of tropical america.

Usage examples:

The men reminisced about hearing the bell while night-fishing for mojarra and boneless quishele to …

Meanings of Mojarras:

noun

A small, typically silvery fish that lives in shallow coastal and brackish waters of tropical america.

Usage examples:

The men reminisced about hearing the bell while night-fishing for mojarra and boneless quishele to …

Meanings of Mojo:

noun

A magic charm, talisman, or spell.

Usage examples:

Someone must have their mojo working over at the record company

Mojos

ˈməʊdʒəʊ

Meanings of Mojos:

noun

A magic charm, talisman, or spell.

Usage examples:

Someone must have their mojo working over at the record company

Moke

məʊk

Meanings of Moke:

noun

A donkey.

Meanings of Mokes:

noun

A donkey.

Meanings of Moki:

noun

Any of various edible marine fishes of the percoid families latrididae and cheilodactylidae, found off new zealand coasts; especially (a) the bottom-dwelling latridopsis ciliaris, which is blue-grey and silver (also "blue moki"); (b) (in full "red moki") cheilodactylus spectabilis, which is reddish brown with whitish vertical bars on its sides.

Meanings of Mokihana:

noun

A hawaiian tree, pelea anisata (family rutaceae), having highly scented seed pods used in garlands.

Meanings of Mokihi:

noun

= moki .

Meanings of Moko:

noun

A traditional maori tattoo, typically one on the face.

Usage examples:

The group demanded that the engineers take off their maori costumes and fake mokos and ‘show some r…

Moksha

ˈmɒkʃə

Meanings of Moksha:

noun

(in hinduism and jainism) release from the cycle of rebirth impelled by the law of karma.

Usage examples:

Beth explains the main concepts including karma, moksha, dharma and the hindu concept of god - simp…

Meanings of Moky:

adjective

Cloudy, foggy, hazy.

Meanings of Mola:

noun

Another term for sunfish (sense 1).

Meanings of Molal:

adjective

(of a solution) containing one mole of solute per kilogram of solvent.

Usage examples:

As such a one molal solution has one mole dissolved in 2.205 lb of solution.

Meanings of Molala:

noun

A member of a north american indian people formerly inhabiting the cascade mountains in oregon.

adjective

Of or relating to the molale or their language.

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