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
Local media outlets reported last weekend that a package filled with horse manure had been deposited near Mnuchin’s home in Bel-Air, California, prompting authorities to call in a bomb squad, which temporarily down the street.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin received the gift of horse manure for the holidays.
The package was gift-wrapped and filled with manure, police say, CBS Los Angeles' Cristy Fajardo reports.
Afterward, at least three officers could be seen standing around the pile, shining flashlights on the manure and moving it around with their feet, presumably to check whether anything else might be hidden in it.
Money raised went toward buying hay, manure carts and veterinarian supplies that were all delivered to the Del Mar Fairgrounds.
Using the manure from 2,000 Holstein cows and heifers, the digesters generate enough power to run the plant, factory and 300 homes, Crave said.
Piles of dried horse manure were igniting like little bombs.
Till new garden sites and enrich sandy soils with garden soil, organic matter and manure. 44.
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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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