Merry to Minister

Merry, a.

    1. Pleasant, agreeable, exhilarating, delightful, brisk, lively, stirring.
    2. Mirthful, jovial, gleeful, gay, hilarious, sportive, jocund, joyous, facetious, lively, jolly, buxom, frolicsome, blithe, blithesome, airy, gladsome, vivacious, wanton, light-hearted, cheerful.
    3. Mirthful, sportive, comical, droll, gleeful, funny, sprightly.
    4. Sarcastic, satirical.

Merry-andrew, n. Buffoon, zany, harlequin, scaramouch, fool, mountebank, jester, droll, jack-pudding, pickle-herring.

Merry-making, n. Festival, convivial entertainment, merry bout.

Merry-thought, n. Wish-bone.

Mesh, n. Interstice (of a net).

Mesh, v. a. Ensnare, entangle, snare.

Meshy, a. Reticulated, netted.

Mesmerism, n. Animal magnetism.

Mess, n.

    1. Dish.
    2. Set (who eat together), company.
    3. Medley, mixture, miscellany, mass, farrago, hotch-potch, hodge-podge, jumble, salmagundi, mish- mash, olio, confused mass, mélange.
    4. Muddle, predicament, plight, confusion, perplexity, pickle (colloq.).

Mess, v. n. Eat in company, take meals at the same table.

Message, n. Communication, intimation, notice, word.

Messenger, n.

    1. Emissary, express, courier, mercury, carrier, intelligencer.
    2. Harbinger, forerunner, herald, precursor.

  By PanEris using Melati.

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