Best fifteen positive words that start with M are given below
Under the table you also get origin time, meaning, and examples of these words.
With origin time, meaning and examples-
1. Merit (Noun) (1175–1225) Excellence, high quality, standard, value, goodness.
The winners are ranked in order of merit.
He was awarded a certificate of merit for his piano playing.
2. Master (Adjective) (before 900) Expert, skilled, adept, chief, great.
Every man is the master of his own fortune.
Money is a good servant, but a bad master.
Pride never left his master without a fall.
3. Make (Verb) (before 900) Construct, build, manufacture, produce, create, formulate.
Cheerfulness and goodwill make labor light.
Weak men wait for opportunity, but the strong men make it.
4. Maximum (Adjective) (1730–40) Highest, topmost, greatest, supreme, extreme.
For maximum effect do the exercises every day.
He played the situation carefully for maximum advantage.
5. Mighty (Adjective) (before 900) Powerful, massive, large, vast, gigantic.
From a little spark may burst a mighty flame.
He gave it a mighty push and it opened.
6. Miraculous (Adjective) (1400–50) Amazing, extraordinary, unbelievable, remarkable, wonderful.
The new treatment affected a miraculous cure.
The diet promised miraculous weight-loss.
7. Motivate (Verb) (1860–65) Inspire, encourage, excite, stimulate, arouse.
The ability to motivate people is a priceless asset.
You have first got to motivate the children and then to teach them.
8. Magical (Adjective) (1545–55) Supernatural, dreamy, mystical, secret, incredible.
We spent a magical week in Paris.
We walked home arm-in-arm in the magical moonlight.
9. Multiply (Verb) (1225–75) Increase exponentially, grow, expand, spread, accumulate.
This will multiply our chances of success.
In warm weather, these germs multiply rapidly.
10. Meditate (Verb) (1550–60) Have in mind, think about, purpose, consider, contemplate.
I tried to meditate to stimulate my faith but gave up.
I meditate in order to relax.
11. Majestic (Adjective) (1595–1605) Awesome, great, glorious, impressive, magnificent.
This lovely village is surrounded by majestic mountain scenery.
The great ship looked majestic in her new colors.
12. Magnificent (Adjective) (1425–75) Impressively beautiful, monumental, royal, posh, wonderful.
The magnificent scene of the waterfall is pleasant.
The Taj Mahal is a magnificent building.
13. Manifest (Adjective) (1350–1400) Clear, transparent, plain, obvious, definite.
That vision was made manifest in the Ford Motor Company.
The rules and regulations should be made to be manifest to all staff.
14. Marry (Verb) (1250–1300) Wed, take to wife or husband, join together, connect, get spliced.
Honest men marry soon, wise men not at all.
To marry a woman for her beauty is like buying a house for its paint.
15. Memories (Noun) (1275–1325) Store, ability to remember, powers of recall, recollection, retention, mind.
The photos brought back some wonderful memories.
Good memories are in my deep blessing.