/ (mænˈtʃʊərɪən) /

  1. of or relating to Manchuria, a region of NE China, or its inhabitants

  1. a native or inhabitant of Manchuria

Words Nearby Manchurian

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How to use Manchurian in a sentence

  • Some Manchurian walnuts also got a setback with spring frosts, and some did not.

  • So runs the historian's brief record of the titanic struggle five years ago in the ancient Manchurian city to which I have come.

  • Irritating to Japan as was the Manchurian situation, she was confronted in Korea by a still more serious state of things.

    Japan | Various
  • She also agreed to pay China a small annual royalty on all messages sent over the Japanese Manchurian telegraph lines.

    Japan | Various
  • Probably the old Manchurian mandarin had a fancy for decking out the boy!

    Little Sky-High | Hezekiah Butterworth