[meyk-lis] /ˈmeɪk lɪs/
having no mate or match.
early 13c., “peerless, without equal,” from make (n.) + -less. Meaning “mateless, widowed” is from early 15c.
[lahyt] /laɪt/ adjective, lighter, lightest. 1. of little weight; not heavy: a light load. 2. of little weight in proportion to bulk; of low specific gravity: a light metal. 3. of less than the usual or average weight: light clothing. 4. weighing less than the proper or standard amount: to be caught using light weights […]
[muh-kem-ee, -key-mee] /məˈkɛm i, -ˈkeɪ mi/ noun 1. Francis, 1658?–1708, American Presbyterian clergyman, born in Ireland: founded the first Presbyterian church in America.
- Make mincemeat out of someone
Related Terms make hamburger (or hash or mincemeat) out of someone or something
- Make mischief
Cause trouble, as in Don’t listen to her gossip—she’s just trying to make mischief. This idiom was first recorded in 1884, but the related noun mischief-maker, a person who causes trouble especially by tale-bearing, dates from about 1700.