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Macrame
An elaborately patterned lacelike webbing made of hand-knotted cord, yarn, or the like
- Greg Graffin
Maelstrom
A violent whirlpool
- Greg Graffin
Malady
A disease, a disorder, or an ailment.
- Brett Gurewitz
Manacle
Handcuffs
- Brett Gurewitz
Mantide
Mantide - Mantide (1200x1200)
A family of carnivorous insects, the type of an order
- Brett Gurewitz, Jay Bentley, Bobby Schayer
Markovian Process
Markovian Process - Markovian Process (1200x1200)
A stochastic process with the Markov property (memorylessness), is one for which conditional on the present state of the system, its future and past are independent. Named after Andrey Markov.
- Greg Graffin
Martyr
1. A person who chooses to die rather than renounce his or her religious beliefs
2. A person who suffers greatly or dies for a cause or belief
- Brett Gurewitz
Matron
A married woman (usually middle-aged with children) who is dignified
- Greg Graffin
Meander
Follow a winding course
- Greg Graffin, Brian Baker
Mediocrity
(noun) Average or commonplace
- Greg Graffin
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Meek
1. Showing patience and humility; gentle.
2. Easily imposed on; submissive.
- Brett Gurewitz
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Mendacity
Untruthfulness
- Brett Gurewitz
Mercurial
Quick and changeable in temperament; volatile
- Brett Gurewitz
Metamorphosis
A transformation
- Greg Graffin
- Greg Graffin
Metaphysical
Highly abstract, subtle, or abstruse
- Greg Graffin, Brian Baker, Bobby Schayer
Microcosm
Microcosm - Microcosm (1200x1200)
A small, representative system having analogies to a larger system
- Greg Graffin
Migrations
1. going from one country to another, esp. Repeatedly and in large groups
2. passing repeatedly from one region or climate to another, as certain birds
- Brett Gurewitz, Jay Bentley, Bobby Schayer
Minion
A loyal servant of another, usually more powerful being
- Greg Graffin
Minutia
a small or minor detail
- Greg Graffin
Mire
1. an area of wet, soggy, muddy ground; a bog
2. deep slimy soil or mud
3. disadvantagious or difficult condition or situation
- Greg Graffin
Mirth
1. rejoicing; gaiety or jollity
2. amusement or laughter
- Jay Bentley
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Misanthropic
Hating mankind
- Brett Gurewitz
Misogyny
Dislike of, contempt for, or prejudice against women or girls
- Brett Gurewitz
Mockery
To treat with contempt or ridicule
- Greg Graffin
Modal
Of, relating to, or characteristic of a mode.
- Greg Graffin
Moiety
Moiety - Moiety (1200x1200)
One of two equal or approximately equal parts
- Greg Graffin
Mongrels
1. animals or plants resulting from the crossing of different breeds or species
2. of mixed breed, nature or origin
- Brett Gurewitz
Moniker
A person's name, esp. a nickname
- Brett Gurewitz
Monoculture
A culture that lacks diversity
- Greg Graffin
Morass
A disordered or muddled situation or circumstance
- Greg Graffin
Moribund
Almost dead
- Greg Graffin
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Morose
1. Gloomily or sullenly ill-humored, as a person or mood.
2. Characterized by or expressing gloom.
- Greg Graffin
Mosaic
A surface decoration made by inlaying small pieces to form figures or patterns
- Greg Graffin
Mundane
Ordinary
- Greg Graffin
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Murky
Dark, dim, or gloomy.
- Brett Gurewitz
- Brett Gurewitz
Muse
Any of the nine sister goddesses of learning and the arts in Greek myth.
Also:
1) a source of inspiration
2) a state of deep thought or dreamy abstraction
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Musings
To be absorbed in one's thoughts; engage in meditation; to consider or say thoughtfully
- Brett Gurewitz
Muster
1. To cause to come together; gather
2. To call forth; summon up
- Greg Graffin
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Mutinous
Turbulent and uncontrollable
- Greg Graffin
Myoma
Myoma - Myoma (1200x1200)
A tumor consisting of muscle tissue
- Greg Graffin
Myriad
1. an indefinitely great number
2. ten thousand
- Brett Gurewitz