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Meanings of Morphotropy:

noun

Change in the structure of a crystal occurring when the replacement of one of its chemical constituents by another reaches a certain critical level; the scientific study of this process.

Meanings of Morphous:

adjective

Having a determinate shape.

Meanings of Morphs:

verb

Change smoothly from one image to another by small gradual steps using computer animation techniques.

Usage examples:

The characters can be morphed on screen
noun

An image that has been morphed.

Usage examples:

The sounds ushering from the two morphs on the screen weren't any better, though, and he couldn't b…

Meanings of Morpion:

noun

In extended use, as a term of abuse.

Meanings of Morra:

noun

An italian game in which one player guesses the number of fingers held up simultaneously by another player; = "love"; any similar game.

Morris

ˈmɒr.ɪs ˌdɑːn.sər

Meanings of Morris:

noun

A person who does morris dancing (= a traditional english dance)

Usage examples:

A band of morris dancers had assembled., he sat by the window, watching the morris dancers.

Meanings of Morro:

noun

In spanish and portuguese-speaking parts of the americas: a hill or mountain. frequently (in form morro) in the proper names of such features.

Meanings of Morros:

noun

In spanish and portuguese-speaking parts of the americas: a hill or mountain. frequently (in form morro) in the proper names of such features.

Morrow

ˈmɒr.əʊ

Meanings of Morrow:

noun

The following day.

Usage examples:

On the morrow they attacked the city

Meanings of Morrowless:

adjective

Having no tomorrows.

Morse

ˌmɔːs ˈkəʊd

Meanings of Morse:

noun

An alphabet or code in which letters are represented by combinations of long and short light or sound signals.

Usage examples:

It transmits a signal of continuous dashes in morse
verb

Signal (something) using morse code.

Usage examples:

He started morsing instructions to the other pilot

Morsel

ˈmɔː.səl

Meanings of Morsel:

noun

A small piece or amount of food; a mouthful.

Usage examples:

Juliet pushed a morsel of toast into her mouth

Meanings of Morselization:

noun

The action or process of dividing something (especially land) into small portions.

Meanings of Morselize:

verb

To break up or divide into small portions.

Meanings of Morselling:

noun

The action or process of dividing into pieces or small parts; allocating, apportioning.

Morsels

ˈmɔː.səl

Meanings of Morsels:

noun

A small piece or amount of food; a mouthful.

Usage examples:

Juliet pushed a morsel of toast into her mouth

Morsing

mɔːs

Meanings of Morsing:

verb

Signal (something) using morse code.

Usage examples:

He started morsing instructions to the other pilot
noun

An alphabet or code in which letters are represented by combinations of long and short light or sound signals.

Usage examples:

It transmits a signal of continuous dashes in morse

Meanings of Morsure:

noun

The action or an act of biting; a bite.

Mort

mɔːt

Meanings of Mort:

noun

The note sounded on a horn when the quarry is killed.

Mortadella

ˌmɔː.təˈdel.ə

Meanings of Mortadella:

noun

A type of light pink, smooth-textured italian sausage containing pieces of fat, typically served in slices.

Usage examples:

At the deli counter or in the refrigerator case: cured meats such as prosciutto, coppa, mortadella,…

Mortal

ˈmɔː.təl

Meanings of Mortal:

adjective

(of a living human being, often in contrast to a divine being) subject to death.

Usage examples:

All men are mortal
noun

A human being subject to death, as opposed to a divine being.

Usage examples:

Capacities only possible of god rather than mortals

Meanings of Mortalism:

noun

The belief that the soul is mortal and dies with the body, or lies unconscious until the final resurrection.

Meanings of Mortalist:

noun

A person who believes that the soul is mortal and dies with the body; an adherent of mortalism.

adjective

That believes the doctrine of mortalism.

Mortalities

mɔːˈtalɪti

Meanings of Mortalities:

noun

The state of being subject to death.

Usage examples:

The work is increasingly haunted by thoughts of mortality

Meanings of Mortality:

noun

The state of being subject to death.

Usage examples:

The work is increasingly haunted by thoughts of mortality

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