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Performances by Musgraves, Clark, Ballerini, McBryde, Ell, Lillie Mae and the rest of their Stagecoach sisters in rhyme helped remind festivalgoers that today's country music isn't strictly a man's man's man's world.
The worker shouted at the man, then climbed the ladder the man stood on, pulling at the man's man's leg.
Swanson was a man's man, and Offerman shares almost all these burly traits.
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MAN'S MAN Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of man's man for English Language Learners
: a man who is liked and admired by other men
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