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Meanings of Manumise:

verb

To free (a slave), release (a captive); = "manumit".

Manumission

ˌmanjʊˈmɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Manumission:

noun

Release from slavery.

Usage examples:

A leading advocate of manumission

Manumissions

ˌmanjʊˈmɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Manumissions:

noun

Release from slavery.

Usage examples:

A leading advocate of manumission

Manumit

ˌmanjʊˈmɪt

Meanings of Manumit:

verb

Release from slavery; set free.

Usage examples:

Old angus had never manumitted a single slave

Meanings of Manumits:

verb

Release from slavery; set free.

Usage examples:

Old angus had never manumitted a single slave

Manumitted

ˌmanjʊˈmɪt

Meanings of Manumitted:

verb

Release from slavery; set free.

Usage examples:

Old angus had never manumitted a single slave

Manumitting

ˌmanjʊˈmɪt

Meanings of Manumitting:

verb

Release from slavery; set free.

Usage examples:

Old angus had never manumitted a single slave

Meanings of Manumotive:

adjective

Of a vehicle: propelled by a mechanism worked by hand.

Meanings of Manurable:

adjective

Of land: that can be worked or cultivated.

Manure

məˈnjʊər

Meanings of Manure:

noun

Animal dung used for fertilizing land.

Usage examples:

Plenty of fully rotted horse manure can be dug in this fall
verb

Apply manure to (land).

Usage examples:

The ground should be well dug and manured

Manured

məˈnjʊə

Meanings of Manured:

verb

Apply manure to (land).

Usage examples:

The ground should be well dug and manured
noun

Animal dung used for fertilizing land.

Usage examples:

Plenty of fully rotted horse manure can be dug in this fall

Meanings of Manurer:

noun

Originally: a person who cultivates or occupies land. in later use also: a fertilizer of land.

Meanings of Manurers:

noun

Originally: a person who cultivates or occupies land. in later use also: a fertilizer of land.

Meanings of Manures:

noun

Animal dung used for fertilizing land.

Usage examples:

Plenty of fully rotted horse manure can be dug in this fall
verb

Apply manure to (land).

Usage examples:

The ground should be well dug and manured

Meanings of Manurial:

adjective

Of, relating to, or of the nature of manure.

Manuring

məˈnjʊə

Meanings of Manuring:

verb

Apply manure to (land).

Usage examples:

The ground should be well dug and manured
noun

Animal dung used for fertilizing land.

Usage examples:

Plenty of fully rotted horse manure can be dug in this fall

Manus

ˈmeɪ.nəs

Meanings of Manus:

noun

The terminal segment of a forelimb, corresponding to the hand and wrist in humans.

Usage examples:

Caudipteryx has short forelimbs and a feathered manus and is likely to have been a secondarily flig…

Meanings of Manuscript:

noun

A book, document, or piece of music written by hand rather than typed or printed.

Usage examples:

An illuminated manuscript

Meanings of Manuscriptal:

adjective

Of or relating to a manuscript or manuscripts; found in or occurring as a manuscript.

Meanings of Manuscription:

noun

Something written by hand.

Manuscripts

ˈmanjʊskrɪpt

Meanings of Manuscripts:

noun

A book, document, or piece of music written by hand rather than typed or printed.

Usage examples:

An illuminated manuscript

Meanings of Manuscriptural:

adjective

= manuscriptal .

Meanings of Manustupration:

noun

Masturbation.

Meanings of Manutergium:

noun

A towel on which a priest dries his hands after washing them before celebrating mass.

Meanings of Manvantara:

noun

In hindu cosmology: each of the fourteen periods or eras, each presided over by a special manu, which make up a kalpa.

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