of or relating to Manchuria, a region of NE China, or its inhabitants
a native or inhabitant of Manchuria
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How to use Manchurian in a sentence
Whiny, Radical, Manchurian, Evil Communist Sharia Gangster: The Anti-Obama Canon.
Some say kombucha was brought to Russia by Manchurian traders.Is Celebrity Favorite Kombucha Really a Health and Anti-Aging Cure? | Anneli Rufus | February 28, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Nobody would accuse Nayef of being as icy as the sergeant in The Manchurian Candidate, or as diabolical.
But the screen's most memorable depiction of Monster Mom might be Angela Lansbury in The Manchurian Candidate (1962).
Accusing him of being a Manchurian candidate out to undermine the Constitution and replace it with Communism isn't one of them.
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.Where Half The World Is Waking Up | Clarence Poe
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