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Mantles

ˈmæn.təl

Meanings of Mantles:

noun

A mantelpiece or mantelshelf.

verb

Cloak or envelop.

Usage examples:

Heavy mists mantled the forested slopes

Mantlet

ˈmantlɪt

Meanings of Mantlet:

noun

A woman's short, loose sleeveless cloak or shawl.

Mantletree

ˈmant(ə)ltriː

Meanings of Mantletree:

noun

A beam or arch across the opening of a fireplace, supporting the masonry above.

Usage examples:

Some were hung on pegs driven into the manteltree, others simply sat on the hearth until they were …

Mantlets

ˈmantlɪt

Meanings of Mantlets:

noun

A woman's short, loose sleeveless cloak or shawl.

Mantling

ˈmant(ə)l

Meanings of Mantling:

noun

A piece of ornamental drapery depicted issuing from a helmet and surrounding a shield.

Usage examples:

The mantlings of peers are lined with ermine
verb

Cloak or envelop.

Usage examples:

Heavy mists mantled the forested slopes

Mantlings

ˈmantlɪŋ

Meanings of Mantlings:

noun

A piece of ornamental drapery depicted issuing from a helmet and surrounding a shield.

Usage examples:

The mantlings of peers are lined with ermine

Meanings of Mantology:

noun

The art or practice of divination.

Meanings of Manton:

noun

A fowling-piece or other firearm made by the london gunsmith joseph manton. frequently attributive.

Meanings of Mantra:

noun

(originally in hinduism and buddhism) a word or sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation.

Usage examples:

A mantra is given to a trainee meditator when his teacher initiates him

Mantrap

ˈmantrap

Meanings of Mantrap:

noun

A trap for catching people, especially trespassers or poachers.

Usage examples:

You can shoot a rope that springs trappers' mantraps back onto them.

Mantraps

ˈmantrap

Meanings of Mantraps:

noun

A trap for catching people, especially trespassers or poachers.

Usage examples:

You can shoot a rope that springs trappers' mantraps back onto them.

Mantras

ˈmæn.trə

Meanings of Mantras:

noun

(originally in hinduism and buddhism) a word or sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation.

Usage examples:

A mantra is given to a trainee meditator when his teacher initiates him

Mantua

ˈmantjʊə

Meanings of Mantua:

noun

A woman's loose gown of a kind fashionable during the 17th and 18th centuries.

Usage examples:

Born near dublin, the son of a silversmith and a mantua maker, he'd run away from grammar school at…
proper noun

A town in lombardy, northern italy, on the river mincio; population 48,357 (2008). italian name mantova /ˈmantova/.

Meanings of Mantuan:

adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the italian town of mantua or its inhabitants.

Usage examples:

The mantuan artistic tradition
noun

A native or inhabitant of the italian town of mantua.

Usage examples:

Mantuans gathered for the sale of stallions

Mantuas

ˈmantjʊə

Meanings of Mantuas:

noun

A woman's loose gown of a kind fashionable during the 17th and 18th centuries.

Usage examples:

Born near dublin, the son of a silversmith and a mantua maker, he'd run away from grammar school at…
proper noun

A town in lombardy, northern italy, on the river mincio; population 48,357 (2008). italian name mantova /ˈmantova/.

Meanings of Manty:

noun

A kind of loose gown or mantle; specifically = "mantua".

Manual

ˈmæn.ju.əl

Meanings of Manual:

adjective

Relating to or done with the hands.

Usage examples:

Manual dexterity
noun

A book giving instructions or information.

Usage examples:

A computer manual

Meanings of Manual-worker:

noun

A person whose job involves physical work

Usage examples:

A skilled/unskilled manual worker

Meanings of Manualism:

noun

A method of teaching or communication with or between deaf people by means of sign language.

Meanings of Manualist:

noun

A person who uses his or her hands for some task; one who tends to engage in physical rather than mental exertion; especially a manual labourer, a person whose work demands manual skill or dexterity.

Manually

ˈmæn.ju.ə.li

Meanings of Manually:

adverb

Using the hands.

Usage examples:

The rescuers manually hauled each climber to safety

Meanings of Manuals:

noun

A book giving instructions or information.

Usage examples:

A computer manual
adjective

Relating to or done with the hands.

Usage examples:

Manual dexterity

Meanings of Manubria:

noun

A handle-shaped projection or part.

Usage examples:

The lenticular process is substantially longer than the arm of the manubrium which connects the tym…

Plural of manubrium

Manubrium

məˈnuː.bri.əm

Meanings of Manubrium:

noun

A handle-shaped projection or part.

Usage examples:

The lenticular process is substantially longer than the arm of the manubrium which connects the tym…

Manubriums

məˈnuː.bri.əm

Meanings of Manubriums:

noun

A handle-shaped projection or part.

Usage examples:

The lenticular process is substantially longer than the arm of the manubrium which connects the tym…

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