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Meanings of Moted:

adjective

Of light: full of motes.

Meanings of Moteless:

adjective

Free from motes or minute dust particles.

Motels

məʊˈtel

Meanings of Motels:

noun

A roadside hotel designed primarily for motorists, typically having the rooms arranged in low blocks with parking directly outside.

Usage examples:

Hotels, motels and entertainment theme parks have a unique security problem.

Motes

məʊt

Meanings of Motes:

noun

A tiny piece of a substance; a speck.

Usage examples:

The tiniest mote of dust

Motet

məʊˈtɛt

Meanings of Motet:

noun

A short piece of sacred choral music.

Usage examples:

Two short sacred motets (one a solo and the other a duet) by this same composer fill out the program.

Meanings of Motets:

noun

A short piece of sacred choral music.

Usage examples:

Two short sacred motets (one a solo and the other a duet) by this same composer fill out the program.

Meanings of Motey:

adjective

Full of tiny particles of dust or extraneous matter; (hence) full of specks, spotty. formerly also (of bread): containing currants.

Moth

mɒθ

Meanings of Moth:

noun

An insect with two pairs of broad wings covered in microscopic scales, typically drably coloured and held flat when at rest. moths are chiefly nocturnal, and lack the clubbed antennae of butterflies.

Usage examples:

Bats and nocturnal moths take to the wing, while butterflies settle and flowers begin to close thei…

Moth-eaten

ˈmɒθˌiː.tən

Meanings of Moth-eaten:

adjective

If clothing or furniture is moth-eaten, it looks old and has holes in it

Usage examples:

I found some moth-eaten old sweaters in the back of the wardrobe.

Mothball

ˈmɒθ.bɔːl

Meanings of Mothball:

noun

A small pellet of a pungent substance, typically naphthalene, put in among stored garments to keep away clothes moths.

Usage examples:

For optimal protection, store in acid-free, nonplastic containers, or in garment bags with mothball…
verb

Store (clothes) with mothballs.

Usage examples:

He left muttering something about mothballing the suit until next year.

Mothballed

ˈmɒθ.bɔːl

Meanings of Mothballed:

verb

Store (clothes) with mothballs.

Usage examples:

He left muttering something about mothballing the suit until next year.
noun

A small pellet of a pungent substance, typically naphthalene, put in among stored garments to keep away clothes moths.

Usage examples:

For optimal protection, store in acid-free, nonplastic containers, or in garment bags with mothball…

Meanings of Mothballing:

verb

Store (clothes) with mothballs.

Usage examples:

He left muttering something about mothballing the suit until next year.
noun

A small pellet of a pungent substance, typically naphthalene, put in among stored garments to keep away clothes moths.

Usage examples:

For optimal protection, store in acid-free, nonplastic containers, or in garment bags with mothball…

Mothballs

ˈmɒθ.bɔːl

Meanings of Mothballs:

noun

A small pellet of a pungent substance, typically naphthalene, put in among stored garments to keep away clothes moths.

Usage examples:

For optimal protection, store in acid-free, nonplastic containers, or in garment bags with mothball…
verb

Store (clothes) with mothballs.

Usage examples:

He left muttering something about mothballing the suit until next year.

Mother

ˈmʌð.ər

Meanings of Mother:

noun

A woman in relation to her child or children.

Usage examples:

She returned to bristol to nurse her ageing mother
verb

Bring up (a child) with care and affection.

Usage examples:

She didn't know how to mother my brother and he was very sensitive

Mother nature

ˌmʌð.ə ˈneɪ.tʃər

Meanings of Mother nature:

noun

Nature personified as a creative and controlling force affecting the world and humans.

Usage examples:

Mother nature has 80 per cent control in putting out fires like this

Meanings of Mother tongue:

noun

The first language that you learn when you are a baby, rather than a language learned at school or as an adult

Mother-country

ˈmʌð.ə ˌkʌn.tri

Meanings of Mother-country:

noun

The country where you were born or that you feel is your original home

Usage examples:

Even though she hasn't lived in spain for 50 years, she still calls it her mother country.

Mother-earth

ˈɜːθ ˌmʌð.ər

Meanings of Mother-earth:

noun

A woman who seems full of emotional and spiritual understanding, and seems suited to having and loving children

Meanings of Mother-in-law:

noun

The mother of someone’s wife or husband

Motherboard

ˈmʌð.ə.bɔːd

Meanings of Motherboard:

noun

A printed circuit board containing the principal components of a computer or other device, with connectors for other circuit boards to be slotted into.

Usage examples:

So let us see how this motherboard performs compared to other motherboards and other video cards.

Mothercraft

ˈmʌðəkrɑːft

Meanings of Mothercraft:

noun

Skill in or knowledge of looking after children as a mother.

Usage examples:

The new day-only service will be able to address some of these issues and also be a place where mot…

Meanings of Motherdom:

noun

Motherhood.

Meanings of Mothered:

verb

Bring up (a child) with care and affection.

Usage examples:

She didn't know how to mother my brother and he was very sensitive
noun

A woman in relation to her child or children.

Usage examples:

His mother was a painter

Meanings of Motherer:

noun

A person who nurtures, or acts as a mother towards, someone.

Meanings of Motherers:

noun

A person who nurtures, or acts as a mother towards, someone.

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