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MMale
MMiddle
MMonthly
M1000 (Roman numeral)
MMonsieur
MMeter (SI unit of length)
MMega- (Million)
MMusic
MMoney
MMedia
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MManagement
MMaster
MMean (arithmetic average; math; statistics)
MMachine
MMouth
MMulti
MMaterials
MMike (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
MMillion
MMedium
MMission
MManual
MMarried (with spouse)
MMissing
MModified
MMass (as in E=mc^2)
MMuseum
MMinor (IRB)
MUS Marine Corps
MMarine (German)
MModule (abstract algebra, mathematical object)
MMetro (Washington DC public transit)
MMetro Toronto (postal code designation, Canada)
MMeta (benzene)
MMillennium
MMint
MMagnetic
MMilwaukee (ammunition headstamp)
MMatrix Protein (virus protein)
MManager (baseball)
MMach (multiple of speed of sound)
MManchester (postcode, United Kingdom)
MMandatory
MModerate Risk
MMilitary (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
MMomentum
MSlope
MMotorsport (BMW)
MMedley
MMagenta
MMilli-
MMurderer (from the Movie M)
MMoment Magnitude
MMisdemeanor
MUnfounded (Alabama Public Safety Radio Code)
MMagnitude (Richter scale)
MMessier (Cataloguer of Stellar Objects)
MMunich (auto license plate)
MMechanized
MMinesweeper (Navy vessel)
MMethionine (amino acid)
Mmicrometer
MMucor (microbiology)
MMycobacterium
MMarquess (British title of nobility)
MMetropolitano (Lisbon underground)
MMaintainability
MNatural Mortality (fisheries population dynamics)
MMultisource
MMesial
MMolarity
MMean Anomaly (astronomy)
MMultipara
MMultimission (US military aircraft modified mission symbol)
MModerata Samlingspartiet (Swedish political party)
MMerchant Marine Reserve (US Navy)
MMobility Ratio
MMole/Molar
MMeasured Ceiling (weather reports)
MMetroad (Australian road system)
MMid-Course Update
MMature Age 17+ (ESRB; game rating)
MModifier Function Bit
MMyasistchev (Soviet aircraft designer)
MObjective C Implementation File (file extension)
MMotormännens Riksorganisation (Swedish automobile owners association)
MManual Tuned NAVAID
MChief of the British Secret Service, MI6 (in James Bond Films)
MUS DoT tire speed rating (81 mph)
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The selectmen, by advice of the lawyer, spoke of prosecuting him for a misdemeanor, in circulating unfounded reports, to the great disturbance of the peace of the Commonwealth.
Perhaps it was the inevitable effect of life on the farm, or perhaps, as she sometimes said, it was because Ethan "never listened." The charge was not wholly unfounded. When she spoke it was only to complain, and to complain of things not in his power to remedy; and to check a tendency to impatient retort he had first formed the habit of not answering her, and finally of thinking of other things while she talked.
'You will have the goodness to recollect, Miss Nickleby,' said Mrs Wititterly, 'that when you use such terms as "unjust", and "unfounded", you charge me, in effect, with stating that which is untrue.'
The assertion was unfounded; but were it otherwise, it might be met by stating that their language is almost entirely destitute of terms to express the delightful ideas conveyed by our endless catalogue of civilized crimes.
The gloom of her first anticipations was proved to have been unfounded. She was occasionally useful to all; she was perhaps as much at peace as any.
Miss Tilney gently hinted her fear of being late; and in half a minute they ran downstairs together, in an alarm not wholly unfounded, for General Tilney was pacing the drawing-room, his watch in his hand, and having, on the very instant of their entering, pulled the bell with violence, ordered "Dinner to be on table directly!"
Shallow-brained cheerfulness, foolish dreams, unfounded hopes, you would say; and I will not venture to deny it: suspicions to that effect arose too frequently in my own mind.
To show you how mistaken you are, and what an unfounded assumption yours is, I will lay before you a certificate of Cly's burial, which I happened to have carried in my pocket-book," with a hurried hand he produced and opened it, "ever since.
Crackenthorp, too, while he admonished Silas that his money had probably been taken from him because he thought too much of it and never came to church, enforced the doctrine by a present of pigs' pettitoes, well calculated to dissipate unfounded prejudices against the clerical character.
It is our duty to clear him of this dreadful and unfounded charge."
'I will do it,' repeated Jasper, 'for the comfort of having your guarantee against my vague and unfounded fears.
Finding my apprehensions unfounded, however, and calmed by the deep silence that reigned as evening declined at nightfall, I took confidence.