- MORONIC (ADJECTIVE):stupid
Synonyms: dopey, foolish Antonyms: brainy, intelligent
Any moronic boy can’t solve this puzzle.
- MODISH (ADJECTIVE):fashionable
Synonyms: dashing, smart Antonyms: old-fashioned, unfashionable
Danish is a modish boy in our family.
- MIFFED (ADJECTIVE):upset
Synonyms: hurt, annoyed Antonyms: happy, pleased
I was a bit miffed about that.
- MACABRE (ADJECTIVE):gruesome
Synonyms: grim, ghastly Antonyms: lovely, charming
Police have made a macabre discovery.
- MACHINATION (NOUN):maneuver
Synonyms: plot, conspiracy Antonyms: honesty, frankness
It was a political machination that brought him to power.
- MAIM (VERB):cripple
Synonyms: hurt, injure Antonyms: cure, improve
One man has lost his life; another has been maimed.
- MALADROIT (ADJECTIVE):clumsy
Synonyms: awkward, bungling Antonyms: capable, skillful
Some of his interviews with the press were rather maladroit
- MALICE (NOUN):hate
Synonyms: vengefulness, antipathy Antonyms: friendliness, kindness
There was no malice intended in what she said.
- MALIGNANT (ADJECTIVE):diseased
Synonyms: cancerous, deadly Antonyms: harmless, invigorating
She died of a malignant tumour.
- MANGLE (VERB):mutilate
Synonyms: contort, deform Antonyms: beautify, repair
His body was mangled beyond recognition.