Synonyms and Antonyms (Section M)

By | November 15, 2016

Synonyms and antonyms of essential English words are starting with alphabet ‘M’. Learning synonyms and antonyms for the words in this sections ‘M’ will be helpful for the aspirants preparing for competitive examinations on English language testing. This section ‘M’ covers terms such as magnificent, majestic, mammoth, marvel, masculine, meager, mean, mediocre, mentor, merge, meticulous, midst, minute, miserly, misfortune, mislead, mock, moderate, monopoly, monstrous, motivate, muddy, mute, etc.

1 Magnificent glorious, splendid, grand, noble, outstanding atrocious, shameful, awful
2 Majestic august, imposing, grandiose, lordly, stately, sublime shabby, low, humble 
3 Mammoth colossal, enormous, huge, prodigious, mighty, heroic  little, miniature, tiny 
4 Marvel miracle, phenomenon, prodigious, mighty, heroic anticipation, normalcy, usualness
5 Masculine macho, male, manly, manlike, mannish, virile feminine, ladylike,womanly
6 Meager scant, skimpy, sparse, tiny, lanky, slim plenty, substantial, sufficient
7 Mean malevolent, spiteful, vicious, ignoble, sordid, niggard affectionate, gentle, dignified
8 Mediocre average, common, plain, standard, mean, shabby exceptional, unusual, extraordinary
9 Mentor advisor, consultant, counselor, trainer, coach, guide adversary, opponent, student
10 Merge blend, fuse, mingle, amalgamate, stir, mix divide, separate, part 
11 Meticulous careful, painstaking, scrupulous, fussy, choosy, particular careless, sloppy, unorganized 
12 Midst centre, median, middle, midpoint, deep, interior exterior, outside, outer
13 Minute diminutive, dwarf, minuscule, tiny, pygmy, wee giant, huge, mighty
14 Miserly close-fisted, niggard, parsimonious, penurious, stingy, pinching generous, lavish, prodigal
15 Misfortune adversity, haplessness, affliction, casualty, mishap, unluckiness  blessing, fortune, favor
16 Mislead beguile, betray, deceive, dupe, hoodwink, trick guide, counsel, lead
17 Mock deride, gibe, jeer, ridicule, imitate,  flatter, praise, exalt
18 Moderate modest, reasonable, temperate, conservative, restrained, mild outrageous, considerable, significant
19 Monopoly cartel, consortium, holding, syndicate, trust, corner sharing, distribution, scattering
20 Monstrous atrocious, heinous, gruesome, scandalous, gigantic, mighty average, common, cultured
21 Motivate goad, impel, prod, prick, spur, stimulate depress, dissuade, impede
22 Muddy murky, rolled, turbid, cloudy, drab, murky bright, lucid, explicit 
23 Mute dumb, inarticulate, mum, silent, voiceless, wordless articulate, communicative, vocal