Merge

Verb: combine or cause to combine to form a single thing

Migrate

Verb: move from one region or habitat to another

Mimic

Verb: imitate, esp. to entertain or ridicule

Minute

Adjective: extremely small

Mission

Noun: an important assignment; the calling of a religious organization

Misunderstand

Verb: fail to interpret or understand

Moist

Adjective: slightly wet; damp

Monotonous

Adjective: dull, tedious, and repetitious

Motive

Noun: a reason for doing something

Motorize

Verb: equip with a motor to operate

Mutter

Verb: say something barely audible

Mystery

Noun: something that is difficult to understand or explain

Myth

Noun: a widely held but false belief or idea

Metaphor

Noun: a figure of speech in which a phrase is used that is not literal

Memoir

Noun: a historical account written from personal knowledge

Narrator

Noun: a person who tells a specific story

Native

Noun: a person born in a specific place

Nausea

Noun: a feeling of sickness with an inclination to vomit

Navigate

Verb: plan and direct the course of vehicle

Negotiate

Verb: try to reach an agreement or compromise by discussion

Nestle

Verb: settle comfortably within or against something

Neutral

Adjective: not helping or supporting either side in a conflict

Numerals

Noun: figures or symbols denoting numbers

Numerous

Adjective: great in number; many

Nutrition

Noun: the process of providing or obtaining food necessary for health

Obey

Verb: comply with a command, direction, or request; submit to authority

Object

Verb: say something to express disapproval or disagreement

Objective

Noun: a goal; Adjective: (of a person) not influenced by personal feelings

Obligation

Noun: an act to which a person is morally or legally bound; a duty

Observe

Verb: perceive and register as being significant

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