Origin of manure
OTHER WORDS FROM manurema·nur·er, nounma·nu·ri·al, adjectivema·nu·ri·al·ly, adverbwell-ma·nured, adjective
How to use manure in a sentence
The town gardener should keep his ground in a good state by frequent light manuring.
In March prepare the ground, by breaking it up well, and richly manuring it.
Instead of this, land may not only be kept up with proper manuring, but made to yield larger crops from year to year.Soil Culture|J. H. Walden
Lands will not produce two successive crops without manuring and ploughing.Journal of an African Cruiser|Horatio Bridge
Of roots, turnips, carrots and mangolds are widely cultivated, heavy crops being obtained by early sowing and rich manuring.