adjective see manure II

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  • Manurial — Ma*nu ri*al, a. Relating to manures. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • manurial — adjective /mə.ˈnʌɹ.i.əl,mə.ˈnjʊər.ɪ.əl,mə.ˈnjɔːr.ɪəl/ Of or pertaining to manure. He wrinkled his nose at the manurial smell coming from the garden …   Wiktionary

  • manurial — See manurer. * * * …   Universalium

  • manurial — ma·nu·ri·al …   English syllables

  • manurial — …   Useful english dictionary

  • manure — I. transitive verb (manured; manuring) Etymology: Middle English manouren, from Anglo French mainouverer, meinourer to till (land), construct, create, from Medieval Latin manu operare to perform manual labor, from Latin manu by hand + operari to… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Alfred Daniel Hall — Nacimiento 22 de junio 1864 Moss Terrace, Rochdale Fallecimiento 5 de julio 1942 Residencia Inglaterra Nacionalida …   Wikipedia Español

  • manure — manurer, n. manurial, adj. manurially, adv. /meuh noor , nyoor /, n., v., manured, manuring. n. 1. excrement, esp. of animals, or other refuse used as fertilizer. 2. any natural or artificial substance for fertilizing the soil. v.t. 3. to treat… …   Universalium

  • manure — n. & v. n. 1 animal dung, esp. of horses, used for fertilizing land. 2 any compost or artificial fertilizer. (also absol.) apply manure to (land etc.). Derivatives: manurial adj. Etymology: ME f. AF mainoverer = OF manouvrer MANOEUVRE …   Useful english dictionary

  • manurially — adverb see manurial …   Useful english dictionary

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