Machiavellian: cunning, scheming, and unscrupulous, especially in politics.
Mad: mentally ill; insane. Very enthusiastic about someone or something.
Magisterial: having or showing great authority. Relating to a magistrate.
Magnanimous: generous or forgiving, especially towards a rival or less powerful person.
Maidenly: relating to or appropriate to a maiden; demure.
Majestic: having or showing impressive beauty or scale.
Manipulative: exercising unscrupulous control or influence over a person or situation.
Maroon: of a brownish-red color. Having a dark reddish-purple color.
Martial: relating to or fighting or war. Relating to soldiers or life in the armed forces.
Materialistic: excessively concerned with material possessions; money-oriented.
Maternal: relating to a mother, especially during pregnancy or shortly after childbirth.
Mature: fully developed physically; full-grown. Having reached the most advanced stage in a process.
Mauve: of a pale purple color. A pale purple aniline dye prepared by William H. Perkin in 1856. It is the first synthetic dyestuff in history.
Maverick: an unorthodox or independent-minded person especially one that behaves differently from the expected or usual way.
Mean: unwilling to give or share things, especially money; not generous.
Measured: having a slow, regular rhythm. Careful and controlled.
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Meddlesome: fond of meddling; interfering. Often getting involved in situations where you are not wanted, especially by criticizing in a damaging or annoying way.
Meddling: interfering in something that is not one’s concern.
Melancholy: having a feeling of melancholy; sad and pensive. Affected or characterized by depression.
Memorable: worth remembering or easily remembered, especially because of being special or unusual.
Mercurial: subject to sudden or unpredictable changes of mood or mind. Of or containing the element mercury.
Meritorious: deserving of reward or praise. If you describe something as meritorious, you approve of it for its good or worthwhile qualities.
Merry: full of cheerfulness or gaiety; joyous in disposition or spirit.
Mesmerized: capture the complete attention of (someone); transfix.
Messy: (of a situation) confused and difficult to deal with.
Metagrabolised: totally perplexed and mixed up.
Methodical: done according to a systematic or established procedure.
Meticulous: showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise. If you say someone is meticulous, you mean that they do things very carefully and with great attention to detail.
Mettlesome: (of a person or animal) full of spirit and courage; lively.
Miffed: somewhat annoyed; peeved.
Mingy: not generous and unwilling to give money.
Miraculous: of the nature of a miracle or having the power to work miracles.
Mirthful: full of mirth; merry or amusing. Full of laughter, humor, or happiness.
Misanthropic: having or showing a dislike for other people. characterized by misanthropy.
Misanthropical: hating mankind in general. Believing the worst of human nature and motives; having a sneering disbelief in the character of others.
Mischievous: causing or showing a fondness for causing trouble in a playful way.
Miserable: (of a person) wretchedly unhappy or uncomfortable.
Miserly: of or characteristic of a miser. A miserly amount is extremely small.
Mistrustful: having doubts about the honesty or abilities of someone.
Modest: unassuming in the estimation of one’s abilities or achievements. (of an amount, rate, or level) relatively moderate, limited, or small.
Momentous: of great importance or significance especially in having a bearing on future events.
Monstrous: having the ugly or frightening appearance of a monster. Inhumanly or outrageously evil or wrong.
Monumental: great in importance, extent, or size. Of or serving as a monument.
Moody: often changing quickly from being in a good temper to being in a bad one.
Moral: holding or manifesting high principles for proper conduct.
Moronic: very foolish or stupid. Exhibiting mild intellectual disability.
Morose: sullen and ill-tempered. Unhappy, annoyed, and unwilling to speak or smile.
Mortified: feeling or showing strong shame or embarrassment.
Mortifying: causing great embarrassment or shame.
Motivated: very keen to do something or achieve something because you find it interesting.
Mourning: of, relating to, or used in mourning. Mourning is a behavior in which you show sadness about a person’s death.
Moved: having strong feelings of empathy or sadness because of what someone has said or done.
Moving: producing strong emotion, especially sadness or empathy.
Munificent: characterized by or displaying great generosity.
Musical: having a pleasant sound; melodious or tuneful.
Mussy: something or someone that is mussy is disorderly and messy.
Mysterious: difficult or impossible to understand, explain, or identify.
Mystified: strange or confusing such that you cannot understand or explain it.
Mystifying: very strange or impossible to explain.
Magnificent: extremely beautiful, elaborate, or impressive.
Many: being one of a large but indefinite number.
Marvelous: causing great wonder, extraordinary. Of the highest kind or quality; notably superior.
Masculine: having qualities or appearance traditionally associated with men.
Mazed: perplexed by many conflicting situations or statements; filled with bewilderment.
Mediocre: of only average quality; not very good.
Melted: having become liquefied by heating.
Misty: full of, covered with or accompanied by mist.
Modern: relating to the present or recent times as opposed to the remote past.
Motionless: not moving; stationary.
Mucilaginous: having a viscous or gelatinous consistency.
Muddy: covered in or full of mud.
Muscular: relating to or affecting the muscles.
Magyar: of or relating to the Magyars or their language.
Malawian: relating to or characteristic of Malawi or its inhabitants.
Malay: relating to the Malays or their language.
Malayan: relating to Malays, the Malay language, or Malaya.
Maltese: relating to Malta, its people, or their language.
Manchurian: relating to Manchuria or its people.
Mandaean: of or relating to the Mandaeans.
Manx: relating to the Isle of man.
Maroc: of or relating to or characteristic of Morocco or its people.
Megalithic: relating to or denoting prehistoric monuments made of or containing large stones.
Melanesian: relating to Melanesia, its peoples, or their languages.
Mesoamerican: relating to or characteristic of the region of the Meso-America or its inhabitants.
Mexican: relating to Mexico or its people.
Moldovan: relating to or characteristic of Moldova or its inhabitants.
Mongol: relating to the people of Mongolia or their language.
Mongolian: relating to Mongolia, its people, or their language.
Moravian: pertaining to Moravia or its inhabitants.
Moroccan: relating to Morocco or its people.
Mozambican: relating or characteristic of Mozambique.