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Manky

ˈmæŋ.ki

Meanings of Manky:

adjective

Inferior; worthless.

Usage examples:

He wanted recruits for his manky bee-keeping society

Meanings of Manlessness:

noun

The state or condition of being without a man or men.

Meanings of Manlier:

adjective

Having or denoting those good qualities traditionally associated with men, such as courage, strength, and spirit.

Usage examples:

A manly torso of perfect proportions

Manliest

ˈmæn.li

Meanings of Manliest:

adjective

Having or denoting those good qualities traditionally associated with men, such as courage, strength, and spirit.

Usage examples:

A manly torso of perfect proportions

Manlike

ˈmanlʌɪk

Meanings of Manlike:

adjective

Resembling a human being.

Usage examples:

A manlike creature

Manliness

ˈmæn.li.nəs

Meanings of Manliness:

noun

The traditional male quality of being brave and strong.

Usage examples:

Men accustomed to proving their manliness on the streets

Manly

ˈmæn.li

Meanings of Manly:

adjective

Having or denoting those good qualities traditionally associated with men, such as courage, strength, and spirit.

Usage examples:

A manly torso of perfect proportions

Meanings of Manmade:

adjective

Made or caused by human beings (as opposed to occurring or being made naturally).

Usage examples:

A man-made lake

Manna

ˈmæn.ə

Meanings of Manna:

noun

(in the bible) the substance miraculously supplied as food to the israelites in the wilderness (exod. 16).

Usage examples:

The israelites feasted on manna in the wilderness.

Meanings of Manna-from-heaven:

idiom

Help that you get when you need it but are not expecting it

Meanings of Mannan:

noun

Any of a group of polysaccharides that are composed chiefly of mannose residues and occur in many yeasts (as components of the cell wall) and in certain plants (especially as reserve foods).

Meanings of Mannans:

noun

Any of a group of polysaccharides that are composed chiefly of mannose residues and occur in many yeasts (as components of the cell wall) and in certain plants (especially as reserve foods).

Meanings of Mannequin:

noun

A dummy used to display clothes in a shop window.

Usage examples:

Once i was able to sift through, i found i was surrounded by mannequins displaying the newest berli…

Mannequins

ˈmæn.ə.kɪn

Meanings of Mannequins:

noun

A dummy used to display clothes in a shop window.

Usage examples:

Once i was able to sift through, i found i was surrounded by mannequins displaying the newest berli…

Manner

ˈmæn.ər

Meanings of Manner:

noun

A way in which a thing is done or happens.

Usage examples:

Taking notes in an unobtrusive manner

Meanings of Manner-of-speaking:

idiom

In one way of expressing something or thinking about something

Usage examples:

His old self died, in a manner of speaking, and he was born again as a devout christian.

Meanings of Mannerable:

adjective

Well-mannered, well-behaved; polite.

Mannered

ˈmæn.əd

Meanings of Mannered:

adjective

Behaving in a specified way.

Usage examples:

Bad-mannered

Mannerism

ˈmæn.ər.ɪ.zəm

Meanings of Mannerism:

noun

A habitual gesture or way of speaking or behaving.

Usage examples:

Learning the great man's speeches and studying his mannerisms

Mannerisms

ˈmæn.ər.ɪ.zəm

Meanings of Mannerisms:

noun

A habitual gesture or way of speaking or behaving.

Usage examples:

Learning the great man's speeches and studying his mannerisms

Mannerist

ˈmæn.ər.ɪst

Meanings of Mannerist:

noun

A person who works in the style of mannerism (= a movement in 16th-century italian art)

Usage examples:

Leading mannerists include parmigiano and giulio romano, whose pictures are painted in deep, rich c…

Meanings of Mannerize:

verb

To cause (a person or thing) to adopt or become characterized by a mannerism or mannerisms (in behaviour, speech, style, etc.).

Manners

ˈmanə

Meanings of Manners:

noun

A way in which a thing is done or happens.

Usage examples:

Taking notes in an unobtrusive manner
plural noun

Ways of behaving toward people, esp. ways that are socially correct and show respect for their comfort and their feelings

Usage examples:

He had the bad manners to keep interrupting whoever was speaking.

Meanings of Mannide:

noun

Either of two isomeric bicyclic anhydrides (c₆ h₁₀ o₄) of mannitol, originally obtained by the action of butyric acid on mannitol.

Mannie

ˈmani

Meanings of Mannie:

noun

A boy.

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