Legislation

Noun: laws, considered collectively

Leisure

Noun: free time

Liberate

Verb: set someone free

Lifestyle

Noun: the way in which a person or group lives

Likeness

Noun: the fact or quality of being alike

Linger

Verb: stay in a place longer than necessary

Literal

Adjective: interpreting words for exactly what they mean

Livelihood

Noun: a means of securing the necessities of life

Loathe

Verb: feel intense dislike or disgust for

Lobby

Verb: to seek influence on an issue

Local

Adjective: belonging to a particular area or neighborhood; Noun: local person

Loom

Verb: (of an event, esp. threatening) seem about to happen

Lore

Noun: a body of tradition held by a particular group, typically passed down

Majority

Noun: the greater number

Magnificent

Adjective: impressively beautiful or magnificent; excellent

Magnify

Verb: make something appear larger than it is

Makeshift

Adjective: serving as a temporary substitute

Manipulate

Verb: to handle or control; control or influence cleverly or unfairly

Manual

Adjective: done with the hands

Manufacture

Verb: to invent or fabricate; make something on a large scale

Marvel

Verb: be filled with wonder; Noun: a wonderful or astonishing thing

Masculine

Adjective: having qualities attributed to men

Massive

Adjective: large and heavy or solid; exceptionally large

Maternal

Adjective: relating to a mother

Maximum

Adjective: as high as possible; Noun: the greatest amount possible

Meager

Adjective: lacking in quantity or quality

Meander

Verb: follow a winding course

Medium

Noun: a means of doing something; Adjective: halfway between two extremes

Medley

Noun: a varied mixture of people and things; Adjective: mixed

Mere

Adjective: being nothing more than what is stated; small

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