Origin and Etymology of manure
Definition of manure
manurialplay \-ˈn(y)u̇r-ē-əl\ adjective
Examples of manure in a Sentence
a bag of cow manure
fertilizers made from animal manures
Recent Examples of manure from the Web
In previous interviews Schlesinger maintained that the manure was simply a landscaping error.
Farmers, concerned that the cost of preventing chemicals and animal manure from reaching waterways had become too costly, pushed the state to focus more on sediment overflow.
Parts of Manhattan were covered in a thick layer of sludge: orange rinds, potato peels, hay, manure.
According to the Washington Post, the duo played it straight the whole time, including during a part of the call when Kuznetsov and Stolyarov told Perry that Ukrainian President Poroshenko had invented a new biofuel out of pig manure and alcohol.
It was born of a peasant-like distrust, violence, rot, a bloody, sweaty, mud- and manure-splattered wariness.
Officials cite improvements in wastewater treatment and reform of farming practices, such as avoiding applying manure on frozen or saturated fields.
NEWVILLE, Pa. -- A coroner says two teenage brothers who were changing a tire on a manure spreader were killed when the tire exploded on a Pennsylvania farm.
Vazquez-Carrera had mistakenly driven the truck into the manure pond.
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First Known Use of manure
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Definition of manure for English Language Learners
: solid waste from farm animals that is used to make soil better for growing plants
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