List of Adverbs Starting with M and their example sentences
|Adverbs Starting with M||Example Sentences|
|marginally||We should be marginally better off by the end of the year.|
|morally||It is morally wrong to smoke.|
This kind of advertising is morally questionable.
|more||Our business has more than doubled this year, and the trend looks to continue.|
|marginally||He was allowed to try out for the team, and his talents were marginally acceptable.|
|manifestly||At no point did any politician manifestly say they would increase taxes despite what we may have heard on the radio last night.|
|manly||Paint will make the room look manly, and you won’t want to hide it behind heavy curtains or drapes.|
|monthly||The monthly payment is somewhat higher but has lower monthly interest payments.|
Monthly household expenses include food, transportation, education, clothing, recreation, and gifts.
|Manually||Manually check the entire match, including the final score and substitutions, was reported correctly.|
|maliciously||The board maliciously made the new policy of directors.|
|manfully||A good leader will be decisive and manfully take the blame when things go wrong.|
|magically||The teacher is magically teaching them to read, write, discuss, and count numbers.|
|malignly||The article malignly tarnished the name of our client.|
|magnetically||The restaurant’s menu can magnetically attract customers from all over the city.|
|magisterially||He declared magisterially that the business would succeed.|
The CEO walked into the office magisterially, as if he were king of the world.
|mathematically||The answers are mathematically correct unless overestimation or underestimation has occurred.|
The research revealed that her mathematical skills were mathematically advanced for her age group, and she would stay on track to become a future mathematician.
|maturely||This show was very maturely written; it had me on the edge of my seat throughout all three seasons.|
As a math teacher, I like to think that math is a maturely understood subject; in reality.
The man who answered the phone said his name was William, but the voice sounded maturely like a businessman.
|martially||The child was martially trained from a young age.|
He can pirouette martially and friskily around the ball as he likes, but, in this day and age, his style is not enough to get him past level two.
|managerially||The new managerially revamped department outdoes the old by a mile.|
A company that managerially overworked its employees and forced them to work over the weekends so they could meet their company’s quota.
|madly||The client was madly in love with the product and ordered a large quantity. We couldn’t believe they agreed to our payment terms.|
The children are madly running and playing on a lovely, sunny day in the beautiful playground.
List (113 Words)
- Adverbs starting with ‘a’
- Adverbs starting with ‘b’
- Adverbs starting with ‘c’
- Adverbs starting with ‘d’
- Adverbs starting with ‘e’
- Adverbs starting with ‘f’
- Adverbs starting with ‘g’
- Adverbs starting with ‘h’
- Adverbs starting with ‘i’
- Adverb of Frequency
- Adverb of Place
- Adverb of Number
- Adverb of Manner
- Adverb of Degree
- Conjunctive Adverb