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100 Positive Words That Start With M [With Definitions]

100 Positive Words That Start With M [With Definitions]

Here are the most encouraging, inspiring, and powerful words that start with M. Use these words as a reference for your next speech, blog article, essay, or poem.

  1. Ma’am: form of address for a female person of rank or authority
  2. Madam: noun – a woman of high rank
  3. Maestro: a master of a particular art, field, or skill
  4. Magical: charmingly surprising and seeming to involve a miracle
  5. Magisterial: authoritative, imperious
  6. Magnificent: extraordinarily excellent; very impressive.
  7. Magnanimous: generous in overlooking insults or slights.
  8. Magna cum Laude: A Latin phrase meaning “with great distinction.”
  9. Magnet: something that attracts or pulls toward itself
  10. Magnetism: the force that makes magnets attract or repel other objects
  11. Magnificent: extraordinarily excellent; very impressive.
  12. Magnifico: a man of noble birth
  13. Magnify: to make something appear greater than
  14. Magniloquent: using speech that is bombastic
  15. Magnum Opus: A Latin phrase meaning “the great work.
  16. Magnitude: the relative importance
  17. Mahalo: Thank you (Aloha).
  18. Maidenly: the qualities or characteristics proper to a young, innocent girl.
  19. Mainstay: A person or thing that provides stability and support.
  20. Maintain: to keep from failing or decreasing.
  21. Majestic: having an air of nobility, grandeur, dignity
  22. Make Believe: Using the imagination to pretend
  23. Make Over: to revamp; make anew; improve; renew.
  24. Malleable – adjective: easily shaped into any desired form; flexible.
  25. Manicured: to keep (something) in good order, especially (one’s body or appearance).
  26. Manifest: to create one’s desires
  27. Manifold: of numerous kinds, forming a complex whole.
  28. Manageable – adjective: something that can be done without too much difficulty; not difficult to deal with
  29. Manliness: the state of being brave and manly
  30. Manna: When you feel like the heavens have opened up and blesses you.
  31. Mannerly: Having good manners.
  32. Many: large quantities
  33. Mantra: A word or group of words supposed to have magical power.
  34. Mantra: a sound, word, or phrase that is repeated aloud or to oneself over and over especially as a form of prayer or meditation.
  35. Maneuverable: easily maneuvered
  36. Marriage: the relationship that exists between husband and wife.
  37. Marshal: to gather people together.
  38. Martial – adjective: of or relating to war or the armed forces.
  39. Marvel: to wonder at; be astonished by
  40. Marvelous: something very different and surprising, usually used when you think it is good or impressive.
  41. Mascot: noun – a person or animal adopted by a group of people to bring them good luck.
  42. Mask: A fun costume item
  43. Master: the person who is skilled in any field or activity.
  44. Mate: a friend or colleague
  45. Maternal: of or relating to a mother, especially in relation to her children
  46. Maven: a person who is an expert in a particular field.
  47. Maximal: the most of something
  48. Mazel Tov: A Hebrew phrase meaning “Good luck.”
  49. Meaningful: having a meaning, purpose, or significance.
  50. Measurable: able to be measured
  51. Medal: a small piece of metal, often in the shape of a coin, with designs or words on it that is awarded as an honor.
  52. Medalist: someone who is awarded a medal
  53. Medicinal: of or relating to a medical cure
  54. Meditate: to think deeply and at length; ponder
  55. Mega: an adjective to describe something very big.
  56. Melodic: a musical sound that is pleasant to hear
  57. Melodious: a musical sound that is pleasant to hear
  58. Memento: An object kept to serve as a reminder of a person or event.
  59. Memorable: able to be remembered clearly and distinctly
  60. Memoribilia: Collections of objects, such as photographs or souvenirs
  61. Memorize: to learn (something) by heart; commit (something) to memory
  62. Menagerie: a place where live animals are collected or displayed, especially in a zoo.
  63. Mention: to speak of or about
  64. Merciful: showing mercy
  65. Mercy: a feeling that inspires a desire to help someone who is suffering
  66. Merger: a combining of two or more organizations into one
  67. Merit: the quality of having the necessary skills, qualities, or experience needed to do something well
  68. Meritorious: deserving reward or praise.
  69. Merriment: extreme happiness or joy.
  70. Mesmerizing: very enchanting, captivating, fascinating.
  71. Message: a thing that is said or written to tell people something about a particular subject, often an important one
  72. Metric: relating to units of measurement in the metric system; using or measuring things with the
  73. Meticulous: very careful and thorough in making sure that everything is done correctly and completely.
  74. Metamorphosis: a figurative change in form
  75. Midas touch: a special gift that causes everything a person invests in to succeed
  76. Mighty: extremely strong
  77. Mild Mannered: Having a quiet and gentle nature.
  78. Military: the armed forces of a nation.
  79. Mindfulness: the state of being aware of your surroundings and yourself.
  80. Mindset: the way of thinking, about attitude & beliefs.
  81. Miracle: something wonderful that happens.
  82. Miraculous: wonderful, strange and exciting.
  83. Mirthful: filled with, characterized by, or causing cheerfulness
  84. Miss: a title used for girls or unmarried women
  85. Mister: a title of courtesy used for men
  86. Model: a person or thing that is made to be like another in order to show how it should look.
  87. Modest: not too proud of yourself or your achievements.
  88. Modus Operandi: a particular way of doing something, especially the way a person usually does things.
  89. Monkey: Type of mammal that is often kept as a pet
  90. Monologue: the long speech that one character makes in a play when they are alone on stage.
  91. Momentous – adjective: important or significant; momentous occasion.
  92. Money: a single unit of money in some countries, such as the United States.
  93. Monumental: grand or immense in size, extent, or scope.
  94. Motivational: encouraging someone to be more motivated toward success.
  95. Motivating : causing someone to be more motivated toward success.
  96. Mrs: a polite term for a woman or girl who is married.
  97. Mudra: A yoga hand position that promotes spiritual well-being by opening the heart chakra
  98. Multifaceted: having many different aspects or dimensions.
  99. Multitudinous – adjective: large number of people or things; numerous.
  100. Myriad – adjective: many thousands; countless.

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