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motivate, motivated, motivating, motivates.transitive verbs
to impel to action; to provide with an incentive; move to action; to provide a motive, a reason for decision 
motivating or being motivated

subconscious conditioning providing impetus; for decisions and actions in accordance with the conditioning; drive, impulse, emotion, intention, etc., that causes a person to do something or act in a certain way, an incitement to action
causing or able to cause motion (motive power); impelling to action; of or constituting an incitement to action
motive, motived, motiving, motives.transitive verbs
to motivate

mock, mocked, mocking, mocks.transitive verbs
to treat with ridicule or contempt; to turn up the nose at someone; deride; to lead on to disappointment; to mimic, as in sport or derision; ridicule; to imitate; counterfeit; to frustrate the hopes of; disappoint; to defy and make futile
scornfully.contemptuous ridicule; derision; a specific act of ridicule or derision; an object of scorn or ridicule (made a mockery of the rules); a false, derisive, or impudent imitation (the trial was a mockery of justice); something ludicrously.futile or unsuitable
intransitive verb use.to express scorn or ridicule; jeer.(they mocked at the idea)
the act of mocking; mockery; derision (said it merely in mock); an object of scorn or derision; an imitation or a counterfeit

simulated; false; sham.(a mock battle)
in an insincere or pretending manner

the branch of biology that deals with the form and structure of plants and animals
the branch of biology that deals with the form and structure of organisms without consideration of function; the form and structure of an organism or one of its parts (the morphology of a cell; the morphology of vertebrates)
Linguistics.-.the study of the structure and form of words in language or a language, including inflection, derivation, and the formation of compounds

malign, maligned, maligning, maligns.transitive verbs
to make evil, harmful, and often untrue statements about; speak evil of; showing ill will; malicious; very harmful
evil in disposition, nature, or intent; evil in influence; injurious; having or showing malice or ill will; malevolent

evident; reveal; show plainly; obvious; apparent
manifest, manifested, manifesting, manifests.transitive verbs
to show or demonstrate plainly; reveal; to be evidence of; prove; to record in a ship's manifest; to display or present a manifest of (cargo)
a list of cargo or passengers carried on a ship or plane; an invoice of goods carried on a truck or train; a list of railroad cars according to owner and location

the act of manifesting; the state of being manifested; tn indication of the existence, reality, or presence of something (a high fever is an early manifestation of the disease); one of the forms in which someone or something, such as a person, a divine being, or an idea, is revealed

minute (pronounced 'my noot').adjective
tiny, exceptionally small; usually relatively unimportant; petty; trifling

the act of applying a wrong name or epithet to some person or thing

a manner, way, or method of doing or acting (modern modes of travel); method; a particular.form, variety, or manner (a mode of expression); a given condition of functioning; a status (the spacecraft was in its recovery mode); the current or customary fashion or style; fashion

having or showing a moderate or humble opinion of one's own value, abilities, achievements, talents, etc.; a disinclination to call attention to oneself; not forward or obtrusive; not ostentatious; decent; unpretentious; not extreme; quiet in appearance and style; shy; observing conventional proprieties in speech, behavior, or dress; free from showiness or ostentation; refined

the state or quality of being modest; reserve or propriety in speech, dress, or behavior; lack of pretentiousness; simplicity

poorly adjusted; failing to cope with the demands of a normal social environment

extremely careful about details; precise; extremely concerned with details
meticulosity or meticulousness.noun
synonyms.careful, painstaking, scrupulous, fastidious, punctilious

joyfulness, merriment characterized by laughter

full grown; fully developed (as a person of mature age)

the state or quality of being fully grown or developed; the state or quality of being mature; the time at which a note or bond is due; the state of a note or bond being due

the process of becoming mature; production or discharge of pus

copy; imitative
transitive verbs-mimic, mimicked, mimicking, mimics
to copy or imitate closely, especially in speech, expression, and gesture; ape; to copy or imitate so as to ridicule; mock (always mimicking the boss); to resemble closely; simulate (an insect that mimics a twig); to take on the appearance of
one who imitates, especially (an actor or actress in a mime); one who practices the art of mime; one who copies or mimics others, as for amusement; a copy or an imitation
relating to, acting as, resembling, or characteristic of a mimic or mimicry
synonym.imitate, imitate, copy, parody, simulate
mimic.transitive verb
inflected form(s).mimicked; mimicking
to imitate closely; to ridicule by imitation; stimulate 

very important

mores.noun and.plural
folkways that are considered conducive to the welfare of society

mediate, mediated, mediating, mediates.verbs
transitive verb use.to resolve or settle (differences) by working with all the conflicting parties (mediate a labor management dispute); to bring about (a settlement, for example) by working with all the conflicting parties; to effect or convey as an intermediate.agent or mechanism; to be in an intermediate position; to be the medium for bringing about a result
intransitive verb use.to intervene between two or more disputants in order to bring about an agreement, a settlement, or a compromise; to settle or reconcile differences; to have a relation to two differing persons or things; interpose
acting through, involving, or dependent on an intervening agency

the act of mediating; intervention; the state of being mediated Law.-.an attempt to bring about a peaceful settlement or compromise between disputants through the objective intervention of a neutral party

one that mediates, especially one that reconciles differences between disputants

meditate, meditated, meditating, meditates.verbs
transitive verb use.to sit quietly allowing the ever so busy mind to calm to a point where it is beyond thoughts of physical concern which is the point where one's soul can begin to flourish and influence (good to daydream), welling up things to the conscious mind; intend; a good and simple technique; information on meditation - Harvard trained Ph.D. quantum physicist Dr John Hagelin on proof of the way to produce world peace, safety and protection, health and abundance for all http://www.invincibledefense.org/.(see the 'Message from the director' there on the right for the video); also on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMqS9Jer1ws
intransitive verb use.to consider or reflect at length; to engage in contemplation, especially of a spiritual nature (using the principles of love)
synonyms.ponder, deliberate, ruminate, mull, muse

a unified body of matter with no specific shape (a mass of clay); a fundamental characteristic of a body determined by the amount of matter it contains; mass gives every particle its particular identity and properties (atomic number, atomic weight, boiling point, density, melting point, valence); mass is defined by the resistance that a body opposes to its acceleration (inert mass);  it is also measured by the weight of the body (heavy mass); that these two radically different definitions lead to the same value for the mass of a body is, in itself, an astonishing fact." ...Albert Einstein

the component of tissues in which the cells of the tissue are embedded; the womb; a situation or surrounding substance within which something else originates, develops, or is contained (creating situations within which more control over a population has breeding grounds)

a condition (psychopathological) in which delusional ideas of power, control, wealth predominate; an obsession with grandiose actions or extravagant things

a thin soft pliable sheet or layer, especially of plant or animal tissue, serving as a covering or lining

mutatis mutandis.adverb
the necessary changes having been made; having substituted new terms

a rich or powerful person; a member of the force that under Baber conquered India in 1526; a member of the Moslem dynasty founded by Baber that ruled India until 1857; a Mongol or Mongolian

the socially correct way of acting; etiquette; a way of doing something or the way in which a thing is done or happens; method; away of acting; bearing or behavior; the prevailing customs, social conduct
model and norms of a specific society, period, or group; kind; sort (what manner of person is she?; saw all manner of people at the mall)
idioms.in a manner of speaking; in a way; so to speak
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