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
Words nearby manure
Example sentences from the Web for manuring
When manuring in the hill, have the planters follow the manure-cart.Soil Culture|J. H. Walden
The first consideration in procuring lime for manuring land, is to select that which contains but little, if any magnesia.The Elements of Agriculture|George E. Waring
At present the refuse of the towns is carefully collected for the purpose of manuring the land.Animal Parasites and Messmates|P. J. Van Beneden
It is on this fact more than any other that the principles of manuring are based.
The effect of manuring, therefore, is to increase the proportion of starch, which is the most important constituent of the potato.