noun see Manhattan

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  • Man|hat|tan|ese — «man HAT uh NEEZ, NEES», adjective, noun, plural ese. –adj. of the borough of Manhattan; having to do with Manhattan, New York, or its inhabitants: »I was Manhattanese, friendly, and proud (Walt Whitman). –n. = Manhattanite. (Cf. ↑Manhattanite) …   Useful english dictionary

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