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Moppet

ˈmɒp.ɪt

Meanings of Moppet:

noun

A small endearingly sweet child.

Usage examples:

The then-famous silver-screen moppets

Moppets

ˈmɒp.ɪt

Meanings of Moppets:

noun

A small endearingly sweet child.

Usage examples:

The then-famous silver-screen moppets

Meanings of Mopping:

verb

Clean or soak up liquid from (something) by wiping.

Usage examples:

She mopped the floor and cleaned out two cupboards
noun

An implement consisting of a bundle of thick loose strings or a sponge attached to a handle, used for wiping floors or other surfaces.

Usage examples:

One way of removing built up floor wax manually, is to mix detergent and ammonia with water and app…
abbreviation

Macanese pataca(s).

Present participle of mop

Meanings of Mopping-up:

noun

The activity of dealing with a small number of people, problems, etc. that remain after most of them have been defeated or solved

Usage examples:

The war was effectively over, although skirmishing and mopping-up went on for some time., mopping-u…

Mops

mɒp

Meanings of Mops:

noun

An implement consisting of a bundle of thick loose strings or a sponge attached to a handle, used for wiping floors or other surfaces.

Usage examples:

One way of removing built up floor wax manually, is to mix detergent and ammonia with water and app…
verb

Clean or soak up liquid from (something) by wiping.

Usage examples:

She mopped the floor and cleaned out two cupboards
abbreviation

Macanese pataca(s).

Meanings of Mopstick:

noun

The handle of a mop.

Meanings of Mopsy:

noun

A pretty child; a darling, a sweetheart (frequently as a term of endearment). also (depreciative): a shallow or frivolous woman.

Meanings of Mopus:

noun

A coin of small value; a halfpenny; a farthing; (in plural) money.

Meanings of Mopuses:

noun

A coin of small value; a halfpenny; a farthing; (in plural) money.

Moquette

mɒˈkɛt

Meanings of Moquette:

noun

A thick pile fabric used for carpets and upholstery.

Usage examples:

Expensive moquette seat covers

Meanings of Moquettes:

noun

A thick pile fabric used for carpets and upholstery.

Usage examples:

Expensive moquette seat covers

Meanings of Moqui:

noun

A member of a north american indian people, usually called the hopi.

adjective

Of, or relating to, or designating the moquis.

Mor

ɛməʊˈɑː

Meanings of Mor:

noun

Humus formed under acid conditions.

Usage examples:

Experiments were made to elucidate why many field-layer plants in beech forests do not grow in mor.
abbreviation

(of music) middle-of-the-road.

Usage examples:

He played dippy mor ballads i was proud not to recognize

Meanings of Mora:

noun

Undue delay in the assertion of a claim, etc.

Meanings of Morada:

noun

A church or chapel of the penitentes, a spanish-american religious order.

Meanings of Moraine:

noun

A mass of rocks and sediment carried down and deposited by a glacier, typically as ridges at its edges or extremity.

Usage examples:

It is also likely that mass movement is much more common during periods when glaciers are retreatin…

Meanings of Moraines:

noun

A mass of rocks and sediment carried down and deposited by a glacier, typically as ridges at its edges or extremity.

Usage examples:

It is also likely that mass movement is much more common during periods when glaciers are retreatin…

Meanings of Moral:

adjective

Concerned with the principles of right and wrong behaviour.

Usage examples:

The moral dimensions of medical intervention
noun

A lesson that can be derived from a story or experience.

Usage examples:

The moral of this story was that one must see the beauty in what one has

Moral-sense

ˈmɒr.əl

Meanings of Moral-sense:

noun

The moral of a story, event, or experience is the message that you understand from it about how you should or should ...

Moral-support

ˌmɒr.əl səˈpɔːt

Meanings of Moral-support:

noun

If you give someone moral support, you encourage that person and show that you approve of what they are doing, rather than giving practical help.

Morale

məˈrɑːl

Meanings of Morale:

noun

The confidence, enthusiasm, and discipline of a person or group at a particular time.

Usage examples:

The team's morale was high

Meanings of Moralise:

verb

Comment on issues of right and wrong, typically with an unfounded air of superiority.

Usage examples:

The solution to climate change is not to moralize from on high

Moralised

ˈmɒr.əl.aɪz

Meanings of Moralised:

verb

Comment on issues of right and wrong, typically with an unfounded air of superiority.

Usage examples:

The solution to climate change is not to moralize from on high

Moralises

ˈmɒr.əl.aɪz

Meanings of Moralises:

verb

Comment on issues of right and wrong, typically with an unfounded air of superiority.

Usage examples:

The solution to climate change is not to moralize from on high

Moralising

ˈmɒr.əl.aɪz

Meanings of Moralising:

verb

Comment on issues of right and wrong, typically with an unfounded air of superiority.

Usage examples:

The solution to climate change is not to moralize from on high
noun

The action of commenting on issues of right and wrong, typically with an unfounded air of superiority.

Usage examples:

The self-righteous moralizing of his aunt was ringing in his ears
adjective

Having or displaying an overly critical point of view on issues of right and wrong, typically with an unfounded air of superiority.

Usage examples:

He was given to moralizing speeches

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