M Words to Describe Someone: Find the Perfect Terms for Personal Profiles and Reviews

Discover a variety of descriptive ‘m’ words to accurately capture someone’s personality and characteristics in your writing.

  1. Magnanimous- Generous or forgiving, especially toward a rival or less powerful person.
  2. Meticulous- Showing great attention to detail; very careful and precise.
  3. Mirthful- Full of mirth; merry or amusing.
  4. Modest- Unassuming in the estimation of one’s abilities or achievements.
  5. Meek- Quiet, gentle, and easily imposed on; submissive.
  6. Merciful- Showing or exercising mercy.
  7. Mysterious- Difficult or impossible to understand, explain, or identify.
  8. Mischievous- Causing or showing a fondness for causing trouble in a playful way.
  9. Melancholic- Having a feeling of melancholy; sad and pensive.
  10. Motivated- Provided with a motive or reasons for doing something.
  11. Miserly- Like a miser; very stingy.
  12. Mirthless- Lacking real amusement and typically expressing irony.
  13. Masterful- Powerful and able to control others.
  14. Malleable- Easily influenced; pliable.
  15. Machiavellian- Cunning, scheming, and unscrupulous, especially in politics.
  16. Mundane- Lacking interest or excitement; dull.
  17. Musical- Talented in or fond of music.
  18. Moody- Subject to frequent changes in mood; temperamental.
  19. Majestic- Having or showing impressive beauty or dignity.
  20. Mutable- Liable to change.
  21. Materialistic- Excessively concerned with material possessions; money-oriented.
  22. Modern- Relating to the present or recent times as opposed to the remote past.
  23. Methodical- Orderly or systematic in thought or behavior.
  24. Mirthless- Not cheerful or smiling; serious.
  25. Morose- Sullen and ill-tempered.
  26. Maternal- Relating to a mother, especially during pregnancy or shortly after childbirth.
  27. Martial- Of or appropriate to war; warlike.
  28. Measured- Careful; restrained.
  29. Misunderstood- Not understood or interpreted correctly.
  30. Meditative- Of, involving, or absorbed in meditation or considered thought.
  31. Messy- Untidy or dirty.
  32. Mercurial- Subject to sudden or unpredictable changes of mood or mind.
  33. Mannerly- Polite or well-bred.
  34. Mighty- Possessing great and impressive power or strength, especially on account of size.
  35. Mindful- Conscious or aware of something.
  36. Malicious- Intending or intended to do harm.
  37. Muted- Quiet; softened.
  38. Melodic- Producing or having a pleasant tune; tuneful.
  39. Meddlesome- Fond of meddling; interfering.
  40. Mystical- Having a spiritual symbolic significance that transcends human understanding.
  41. Minimalist- Advocating or practicing minimalism in art or design.
  42. Myopic- Lacking imagination, foresight, or intellectual insight.
  43. Merry- Cheerful and lively.
  44. Musing- Absorbed in thought; reflective.
  45. Morbid- Characterized by an abnormal and unhealthy interest in disturbing and unpleasant subjects, especially death and disease.
  46. Manic- Showing wild and apparently deranged excitement and energy.
  47. Masculine- Having qualities or appearance traditionally associated with men.
  48. Mediative- Tending to mediate or reconcile differences.
  49. Multifaceted- Having many facets or aspects.
  50. Monotonous- Dull, tedious, and repetitious; lacking in variety and interest.
  51. Metaphysical- Concerning philosophy or theoretical concepts that are abstract and difficult to understand.
  52. Meandering- Following a winding or intricate course.
  53. Mutable- Able or liable to change.
  54. Moralistic- Overfond of making moral judgements about others’ behavior; too ready to moralize.
  55. Mellow- Soft, rich, and full in sound; placid and relaxed.
  56. Metropolitan- Relating to or denoting a metropolis, often inclusive of its surrounding areas.
  57. Mechanical- Working or produced by machines or machinery.
  58. Marketable- Suitable for selling; in demand.
  59. Momentous- Of great importance or significance, especially in its bearing on the future.
  60. Misanthropic- Disliking humankind and avoiding human society.
  61. Maternalistic- Possessing qualities traditionally associated with mothers.
  62. Managerial- Relating to management or managers, especially of a business.
  63. Mischievous- Causing or showing a fondness for causing trouble, but in a playful way not meant to do serious harm.
  64. Manipulative- Exerting shrewd or devious influence especially for one’s own advantage.
  65. Munificent- More generous than is usual or necessary.
  66. Minimal- Of a minimum amount, quantity, or degree; negligible.
  67. Muscular- Relating to or affecting the muscles.
  68. Motley- Incongruously varied in appearance or character; disparate.
  69. Mirthful- Endowed with or showing great joy or happiness.
  70. Monstrous- Frightfully ugly or monstrous.
  71. Multilingual- Able to use several languages.
  72. Meticulous- Showing great attention to detail; careful and precise.
  73. Madcap- Behaving impulsively, recklessly, or in a whimsical manner.
  74. Mediocre- Of only moderate quality; not very good.
  75. Maudlin- Self-pityingly or tearfully sentimental.
  76. Magnetic- Possessing an extraordinary power or ability to attract.
  77. Migratory- Moving from one place to another, especially to find work or better living conditions.
  78. Mission- driven – Strongly motivated or directed by a specific goal or purpose.
  79. Mischievous- Playfully naughty or troublesome.
  80. Misguided- Having or showing faulty judgement or reasoning.
  81. Masterly- Performed with great skill or mastery.
  82. Mutable- Tending or able to change; variable.
  83. Multidimensional- Having several identifiable dimensions or aspects.
  84. Mirthless- Lacking real amusement and typically expressing irony.
  85. Miserly- Like a miser; very stingy.
  86. Motherly- Showing the warmth, affection, and care associated with a mother.
  87. Multitalented- Having many skills or talents.
  88. Misanthropic- Having a dislike of humankind.
  89. Maximalist- Favoring maximal rather than minimal change or effect.
  90. Murderous- Capable of or intending murder.
  91. Modish- Conforming to or following what is currently popular and fashionable.
  92. Mindful- Aware of or paying careful attention to something.
  93. Modest- Having or showing a moderate estimation of one’s own talents, abilities, and value.
  94. Manoeuvrable- Capable of being directed or influenced.
  95. Martyred- Subjected to great suffering.
  96. Machiavellian- Marked by cunning, duplicity, or bad faith.
  97. Misanthropic- Characterized by a general hatred, distrust or disdain of the human species.
  98. Misinterpretive- Tending to interpret wrongly.
  99. Mutable- Prone to change.
  100. Mopey- Inclined to mope or be sullen.

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