List of Synonyms and Antonyms of “M” Words

Words Synonyms Antonyms
Magnificent glorious, splendid, grand, noble, outstanding atrocious, shameful, awful
Majestic august, imposing, grandiose, lordly, stately, sublime shabby, low, humble
Mammoth colossal, enormous, huge, prodigious, mighty, heroic little, miniature, tiny
Marvel miracle, phenomenon, prodigious, mighty, heroic anticipation, normalcy, usualness
Masculine macho, male, manly, manlike, mannish, virile feminine, ladylike,womanly
Meager scant, skimpy, sparse, tiny, lanky, slim plenty, substantial, sufficient
Mean malevolent, spiteful, vicious, ignoble, sordid, niggard affectionate, gentle, dignified
Mediocre average, common, plain, standard, mean, shabby exceptional, unusual, extraordinary
Mentor advisor, consultant, counselor, trainer, coach, guide adversary, opponent, student
Merge blend, fuse, mingle, amalgamate, stir, mix divide, separate, part
Meticulous careful, painstaking, scrupulous, fussy, choosy, particular careless, sloppy, unorganized
Midst centre, median, middle, midpoint, deep, interior exterior, outside, outer
Minute diminutive, dwarf, minuscule, tiny, pygmy, wee giant, huge, mighty
Miserly close-fisted, niggard, parsimonious, penurious, stingy, pinching generous, lavish, prodigal
Misfortune adversity, haplessness, affliction, casualty, mishap, unluckiness blessing, fortune, favor
Mislead beguile, betray, deceive, dupe, hoodwink, trick guide, counsel, lead
Mock deride, gibe, jeer, ridicule, imitate, flatter, praise, exalt
Moderate modest, reasonable, temperate, conservative, restrained, mild outrageous, considerable, significant
Monopoly cartel, consortium, holding, syndicate, trust, corner sharing, distribution, scattering
Monstrous atrocious, heinous, gruesome, scandalous, gigantic, mighty average, common, cultured
Motivate goad, impel, prod, prick, spur, stimulate depress, dissuade, impede
Muddy murky, rolled, turbid, cloudy, drab, murky bright, lucid, explicit
Mute dumb, inarticulate, mum, silent, voiceless, wordless articulate, communicative, vocal