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Numerous ones, as in Many a little boy has wanted to become a fireman. This adjective is always used with a singular noun, a usage dating from about 1200. Also see many is the.
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It was as if he was echoing the advice given to many-a-young-bride by the village matchmaker.Why Men Are Settling for Mrs. Good Enough|Jessica Bennett|February 21, 2012|DAILY BEAST
No book of the sixty-six has seemed so much like a riddle and set so many a-guessing.Quiet Talks on the Crowned Christ of Revelation|S. D. Gordon
Because there is no living without one; because there is many a-spire to them; and because they are objects of adoration.The Handbook of Conundrums|Edith B. Ordway