[mee-losh; Polish mee-wawsh] /ˈmi lɒʃ; Polish ˈmi wɔʃ/
Czeslaw [ches-law;; Polish ches-wahf] /ˈtʃɛs lɔ;; Polish ˈtʃɛs wɑf/ (Show IPA), 1911–2004, U.S. poet and novelist, born in Poland: Nobel prize 1980.
/ˈmiːlɒʃ; Polish ˈmiwoʃ/
Czeslaw (ˈtʃɛslɔː; ˈtʃɛswaf). 1911–2004, US poet and writer, born in Lithuania, writing in Polish; author of The Captive Mind (1953). Nobel prize for literature 1980
[mil-puh] /ˈmɪl pə/ noun 1. (in certain tropical regions) a tract of land cleared from the jungle, usually by burning, farmed for a few seasons, and then abandoned.
milphosis mil·pho·sis (mĭl-fō’sĭs) n. Loss of the eyelashes. Also called madarosis.
[mil-pee-tuh s] /mɪlˈpi təs/ noun 1. a town in W California.
[milk-tohst] /ˈmɪlkˌtoʊst/ noun, (sometimes initial capital letter) 1. a very timid, unassertive, spineless person, especially one who is easily dominated or intimidated: a milquetoast who’s afraid to ask for a raise. /ˈmɪlkˌtəʊst/ noun 1. (US & Canadian) a meek, submissive, or timid person n. “timid, meek person,” 1938, from Caspar Milquetoast, character created by U.S. […]