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me the form of "I" that is used as the object of a verb or preposition.
meadow an open field of grass that is growing wild or is used for pasture or to grow hay. A meadow usually contains wildflowers and weeds as well.
meadowlark one of two kinds of North American songbirds that nest in open fields and have a sweet, musical song. A meadowlark has a yellow breast marked with black.
meager low in amount, strength, or value.
meal1 an occasion when food is prepared and eaten at a specific time. [2 definitions]
meal2 corn, oats, or other grain that has been ground.
mean1 to have as a goal or purpose; intend. [6 definitions]
mean2 not nice; nasty or cruel. [2 definitions]
mean3 something halfway between two extremes. [3 definitions]
mean business to be serious about doing something.
meander to wind back and forth. [2 definitions]
meaning what is meant by a word; definition. [2 definitions]
meaningful full of meaning or significance.
means a method or instrument used to reach a goal or accomplish something. [2 definitions]
meant past tense and past participle of "mean1."
meantime the time that is in between.
meanwhile at the same time; during or in the time between.
measles (used with a singular or plural verb) a very contagious disease that causes a fever and red spots on the skin. Measles usually affects children and does not last a long time.
measure the exact size, weight, or amount of something that is found by using a ruler, yardstick, scale, or similar device. [7 definitions]
measurement the act or process of measuring. [2 definitions]
measure out to mark off and separate from the whole.