Used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself as the object of a verb or preposition
A medical condition of unknown cause, with fever, aching, and prolonged tiredness and depression, typically occurring after a viral infection
Maine (in official postal use)
(In solmization) the third note of a major scale
A mock oath attributed to sailors
Usually depreciative. A personal religion or creed, frequently incorporating beliefs or practices from various other sources.
Relating to the adoption or imitation of another person’s views or policies, often for political advantage
That which is not oneself; that from which the subjective or personal is excluded.
Used to suggest that one may be willing to do something unexpected or unlikely
(Of clothing, especially shoes) inviting or perceived as inviting sexual interest
The fact or consciousness of one's identity as a unique individual.
Time spent relaxing on one’s own as opposed to working or doing things for others, seen as an opportunity to reduce stress or restore energy
Without preposition: towards me; in my direction. Now rare.
A person closely resembling a smaller or younger version of another
Do not use the word —— to me
Said politely in various contexts, for example when attempting to get someone’s attention, asking someone to move so that one may pass, or interrupting or disagreeing with a speaker
Used to convey the speaker's mock-deprecation of himself or herself; compare earlier poor little me.
The 1970s, regarded as a period characterized by an obsessive preoccupation with personal fulfilment and self-gratification; (later also) the 1980s, regarded as a period characterized by selfishness and materialism.
In my opinion, in my judgement.
A person who acquiesces in, adopts, or imitates a view or policy (especially a successful or popular one) proposed or championed by another (usually rival) person or party; (more widely) a person who rushes to follow a trend.
The practice of adopting or imitating a policy successfully or popularly proposed by a (usually rival) person or party; (more widely) the practice of following a popular trend.
Without preposition: = me-ward.
Used to indicate that one has not heard or understood something
Used for politeness before making a suggestion or expressing an intention
An exclamation of surprise or shock
Used to emphasize the truth of a statement or assertion
I prefer or admire ——
I do not know (used for emphasis)
Used to refer to a thing or things belonging to or associated with a female person or animal previously mentioned
Used to refer to a thing or things belonging to or associated with a male person or animal previously mentioned
Used to refer to a thing or things belonging to or associated with the speaker
Used to refer to a thing or things belonging to or associated with the speaker and one or more other people previously mentioned or easily identified
Used to refer to a thing or things belonging to or associated with two or more people or things previously mentioned
Used as the object of a verb or preposition to refer to two or more people or things previously mentioned or easily identified
Used by a speaker to refer to himself or herself and one or more other people as the object of a verb or preposition
Used to refer to a thing or things belonging to or associated with the person or people that the speaker is addressing
Used to emphasize that one means what one is saying
Used when one is pausing, trying to remember something, or considering one’s next words
A generation of people that are concerned chiefly with themselves, especially in being selfishly materialistic
A thing that makes one feel more energetic or cheerful
Said as an appeal for time to think before speaking
An ironical or humorous exclamation of sorrow or distress
a drink that's a good pick-me-up
Used to indicate that one does not know the answer to a question and that one is surprised or irritated to be questioned
An exclamation of surprise
Originally: used to emphasize the truth of a statement. In later use: expressing anger, despair, frustration, etc.
A garment or other item that has been passed on from another person
The common potoo (bird), which has a nocturnal call consisting of a number of descending notes