verb (used with object), ma·nured, ma·nur·ing.
Origin of manure
Related formsma·nur·er, nounma·nu·ri·al, adjectivema·nu·ri·al·ly, adverbwell-ma·nured, adjective
Examples from the Web for manure
Much of what they like to eat is stuff we throw out anyway: wood chips, manure and trash.Forget the Starbucks Backlash—We Should Be Eating More Bugs|Daniel Stone|April 24, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Also, Seoul will move to cut off its recent shipments of rice and manure to the North.
Dig in a good body of manure, and provide a mellow seed-bed.
A top-dressing of manure is good, affording excellent physical condition of the surface for starting the plants.Crops and Methods for Soil Improvement|Alva Agee
The assertion in the "Cry from Ireland," that the peasant gives his manure, and pays 18s.
Manure may be given—preferably in a liquid state—when heavy crops of fruit are being borne.Gardening for the Million|Alfred Pink
Be content to lay the manure on, and the rains will wash the stimulant down to the roots in due time.