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Correct spelling:
matter
Definition:
Pus.

What does the acronym matter stand for?

MATTER abbreviation definition:
–  Marylanders Advocating Toward Transgender Equal Rights

Synonyms:

noun
amount
import, values, full value.
attribute
matter.
business
Hanky Panky, questions, functions, beeswax, goings-on.
cause
mainsprings, prime mover, mainspring, motivations, determinant, Causations, causation, determinants, origins, maker.
circumstance
time, supervention, Exigencies, phase, where it's at.
cognition
subject, issue, topic, matter.
communication
matter.
component
element, percentage, item, article, feature, fragment, factor, piece, section, constituent, ingredient, component, part, portion, segment, filament, member, material, medium, fraction.
concern, issue
circumstance, topic, occurrence, affair, event, lookout, episode, transaction, shooting match, business, nub, bag, subject, undertaking, goings-on, incident, situation, proceeding, question, job.
difficulty
perplexity, difficulty, trouble, distress.
difficulty, problem
perplexity, predicament, worry, complication, upset, grievance, to-do, trouble, distress.
element
Integrant.
entity
singleton, organisms, subsistence, singles, singletons.
extent
period of time, wideness, spaciousness, extent, Elbowroom.
importance
significance.
in fact
really, truly, in actuality.
material
stock, ore, raw materials, staple.
materiality
relatedness, relativity, relativities.
matter
count, issue, subject, substance, thing, weigh, topic, affair.
occurrence
incident.
purport
intendments, Intendment.
pus
discharge, purulence, purulency, sore, suppurations, pustules, pustule, maturation, infection, maturations, suppuration.
reality
absoluteness, way of it, how things are, corporeality, perceptibility, Corporealities, concreteness.
relevance
materiality.
rudiment
part and parcel, rudiment.
secretion of a sore
discharge, ulceration, suppuration, maturation, purulence, pus, infection.
sense
sense, rationality, denotatiton, rationalness.
significance, meaning
core, range, moment, burden, gist, magnitude, extent, tune, vicinity, content, meat, consequence, pith, upshot, weight, import, order, neighborhood, note, importance.
subject, thesis
head, motif, interest, purport, subject matter, theme, substance, resolution, motive, context, sense, argument, point, text, focus.
substance
physical world, thing, unit, something, substantiality, Materialness, body, constituents, object, corporeality, sum, element, entity, substance, stuff, amount, individual, protoplasm, being, Corporeity, phenomenon, material, quantity.
topic
concept, inference, axiom, text, topic, issue, belief, point, position, dissertation, consideration, argument, query, paradigm, motif, premise, hypothesis, presumption, problem, exposition, conjecture, thesis, principle, opinion, statement, assumption, subject, question, theorem, postulation, essay, idea, contention, basis, theme, assertion.
tops
matter.
verb
be of consequence, importance
express, imply, signify, carry weight, have influence, mean, involve, count, affect, make a difference, cut ice, be of value, be substantive, value, be important, weigh, mean something.
change
difference.
stative
count, matter, weigh.
Examples of usage:
  1. But what does it matter to us if we know it? – The Pros and Cons of Vivisection by Charles Richet Commentator: W. D. Halliburton
  2. W'at's the matter, Massa Ossifer? – Fighting for the Right by Oliver Optic
  3. Yes, Sir, that must be the matter. – Old Granny Fox by Thornton W. Burgess
  4. " It does not matter; I have it," he replied. – The Silent Places by Steward Edward White
  5. What is the matter, monsieur? – A Village of Vagabonds by F. Berkeley Smith
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