14-letter words starting with m

  • m'naghten test — a rule that defines a person as legally insane when that person cannot distinguish right from wrong.
  • macadamization — to pave by laying and compacting successive layers of broken stone, often with asphalt or hot tar.
  • macaroni wheat — durum wheat.
  • macartney rose — a trailing or climbing evergreen rose, Rosa bracteata, of China, having shiny leaves and large, solitary white flowers.
  • machado y ruiz — Antonio [ahn-taw-nyaw] /ɑnˈtɔ nyɔ/ (Show IPA), 1875–1939, Spanish writer.
  • machicolations — Plural form of machicolation.
  • machine finish — a very smooth paper surface, created by a machine.
  • machine pistol — a fully automatic pistol; submachine gun.
  • machine stitch — a stitch created by a sewing machine
  • machine-stitch — to sew on a sewing machine.
  • macintosh iicx — (computer)   (Mac IIcx) A version of Apple's Macintosh II personal computer, introduced in 1989, with a Motorola 68030 processor running at 16 MHz and up to 128 MB of RAM (120 ns, 30-pin DRAM chips). The IIcx requires System 6.0.3 or later and requires "Mode 32" or "32-bit Enabler" to use more than 8MB of RAM. It was discontinued 1991, and in 1996 is still considered one of the best-designed Macs ever.
  • mackerel shark — any of several fierce sharks of the family Lamidae, including the great white shark and the mako.
  • mackinaw trout — lake trout.
  • macro-mutation — a mutation that has a profound effect on the resulting organism, as a change in a regulatory gene that controls the expression of many structural genes.
  • macro-organism — an organism that can be seen with the naked eye.
  • macroaggregate — A relatively large aggregated particle.
  • macrobiologist — One who studies macrobiology.
  • macrocephalous — Having a large head.
  • macrodactylous — related to or having macrodactyly
  • macroeconomics — the branch of economics dealing with the broad and general aspects of an economy, as the relationship between the income and investments of a country as a whole.
  • macroevolution — major evolutionary transition from one type of organism to another occurring at the level of the species and higher taxa.
  • macroglobulins — Plural form of macroglobulin.
  • macromarketing — marketing concerning all marketing as a whole, marketing systems, and the mutual effect that society and marketing systems have on each other
  • macromolecular — Of or relating to a macromolecule.
  • macromolecules — Plural form of macromolecule.
  • macronutrients — Plural form of macronutrient.
  • macrosociology — the sociological study of large-scale social systems and long-term patterns and processes.
  • macrosporangia — Plural form of macrosporangium.
  • macrostructure — the gross structure of a metal, as made visible to the naked eye by deep etching.
  • madame darblayCharles, 1726–1814, English organist, composer, and music historian.
  • madhya pradesh — a state in central India. 119,016 sq. mi. (308,252 sq. km). Capital: Bhopal.
  • madison avenue — a street in New York City that is a center of the advertising and public relations industries and that has become a symbol of their attitudes, methods, and practices.
  • magdeburg laws — the local laws of the city of Magdeburg, which were adopted by many European cities in the middle ages
  • magic mountain — a novel (1924) by Thomas Mann.
  • magic mushroom — a mushroom, Psilocybe mexicana, of Mexico and the southwestern U.S., containing the hallucinogen psilocybin.
  • magistral line — the line from which the position of the other lines of fieldworks is determined.
  • magnetic chart — a chart showing the magnetic properties of a portion of the earth's surface, as dip, variation, and intensity.
  • magnetic epoch — a geologically long period of time during which the magnetic field of the earth retains the same polarity. The magnetic field may reverse during such a period for a geologically short period of time (a magnetic event)
  • magnetic field — a region of space near a magnet, electric current, or moving charged particle in which a magnetic force acts on any other magnet, electric current, or moving charged particle.
  • magnetic force — the repelling or attracting force between a magnet and a ferromagnetic material, between a magnet and a current-carrying conductor, etc.
  • magnetic north — north as indicated by a magnetic compass, differing in most places from true north.
  • magnetic storm — a temporary disturbance of the earth's magnetic field, induced by radiation and streams of charged particles from the sun.
  • magnetic strip — a strip of magnetic material on which information may be stored, as by an electromagnetic process, for automatic reading, decoding, or recognition by a device that detects magnetic variations on the strip: a credit card with a magnetic strip to prevent counterfeiting.
  • magnetooptical — Having both magnetic and optical elements.
  • magnetospheres — Plural form of magnetosphere.
  • magnetospheric — Of, pertaining to, or happening within the magnetosphere.
  • magnetostatics — the branch of magnetics that deals with magnetic fields that do not vary with time (magnetostatic fields)
  • magnifications — Plural form of magnification.
  • magniloquently — In a magniloquent manner.
  • magnolia metal — an alloy used for bearings, consisting largely of lead (up to 80 per cent) and antimony, with the addition of smaller quantities of iron and tin

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