verb (used with object), ma·nured, ma·nur·ing.
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Origin of manure
OTHER WORDS FROM manurema·nur·er, nounma·nu·ri·al, adjectivema·nu·ri·al·ly, adverbwell-ma·nured, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for manure
I followed Mahira’s lead as we walked on a sandy trail passing cattle and hens, women drying cow and buffalo manure in front of their houses and on their walls, children playing around, and men fixing broken roofs or rebuilding their houses.
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.