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Meritorious
worthy of esteem or reward
Metamorphosis
the change of form, shape, substance
Meticulous
extremely careful with details
Mitigate
to make less violent, alleviate
Moderate
not extreme; one who expresses moderate opinions
Modicum
a small amount of something
Modulate
to pass from one state to another, especially in music
Mollify
to soften in temper
Morass
a wet swampy bog; figuratively, something that traps and confuses
Mores
the moral attitudes and fixed customs of a group of people
Morose
gloomy or sullen
Multifarious
having great diversity or variety
Mundane
concerned with the world rather than with heaven, commonplace
Munificence
generosity in giving
Mutable
able to change
Myriad
consisting of a very great number
Nadir
the lowest point of something
Nascent
in the process of being born or coming into existence
Nebulous
vaguely defined, cloudy
Nefarious
heinously villainous
Negligent
habitually careless, neglectful
Neophyte
someone who is young or inexperienced
Nocturnal
relating to or occurring during the night
Noisome
unpleasant, offensive, especially to the sense of smell
Nomadic
wandering from place to place
Nominal
trifling, insignificant
Nonchalant
having a lack of concern, indifference
Nondescript
lacking a distinctive character
Notorious
widely and unfavorably known
Novice
a beginner, someone without training or experience
Noxious
harmful, unwholesome
Nuance
a slight variation in meaning, tone, expression
Nurture
to assist the development of
Obdurate
unyielding to persuasion or moral influences, persistently impenitent
Obfuscate
to render incomprehensible
Oblique
diverging from a straight line or course, not straightforward
Oblivious
lacking consciousness or awareness of something
Obscure
unclear, partially hidden
Obsequious
excessively compliant or submissive
Obsolete
no longer used, out of date
Obstinate
not yielding easily, stubborn
Obstreperous
noisy, unruly
Obtuse
lacking quickness of sensibility or intellect
Odious
instilling hatred or intense displeasure
Officious
offering one’s services when they are neither wanted nor needed
Ominous
foreboding or foreshadowing evil
Onerous
burdensome
Opulent
characterized by rich abundance verging on ostentation
Oration
a speech delivered in a formal or ceremonious manner
Ornate
highly elaborate, excessively decorated