Correct spelling for MANYOF

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Possible correct spellings for manyof

  • Manly(Definition of manly)
  • Man(Definition of man)
  • The importance of telling the truth and keeping one's word are expressed by this law: "1. at the first we teach that it is most needful that every man warily keep his oath and his wed.

  • Canyon(Definition of canyon)
  • Nature meant that a fat man should have an appetite and that he should gratify it at regular intervals-meant that he should feel like the grand canyon before dinner and like the royal gorge afterward.

  • Maya(Definition of maya)
  • Mayn't
  • Mangy(Definition of mangy)
  • They are a miserable race, lean, wretched, and mangy, acknowledged by no owners, living on the garbage of the streets and sewers, and if spoken to unexpectedly they shrink with an almost involuntary cry. yet in these persecuted outcasts there survives that germ of instinctive affection which binds the dog to the human race, and a gentle word, even a look of compassionate kindness, is sufficient foundation for a lasting attachment.

  • Mani
  • When kottaiperumal (kalabhavan mani), a union minister, is kidnapped by terrorists, bose goes on a daring rescue operation and manages to pull it off, and that is enough for kottaiperumal to have him as his personal security guard.

  • Mayor(Definition of mayor)
  • Manson
  • Meany
  • Mane(Definition of mane)
  • Here they all had a rest, while the red fox turned a somersault and transformed himself into a horse resembling the one with the golden mane.

  • Mann(Definition of mann)
  • Mayan(Definition of mayan)
  • Manky(Definition of manky)
  • Mono(Definition of mono)
  • Manor(Definition of manor)
  • Mayo(Definition of mayo)
  • Mango(Definition of mango)
  • The small unripe fruit, when the others are past, may be pickl'd with mango, and are very delicate.

  • Many(Definition of many)
  • Mandy
  • I was kairin the paiass of the koshters, and mandy dicked a rye an' pookered him for a droppi levinor.

  • Manioc(Definition of manioc)
  • Such cleared parts of vacouas as are not planted with maize, manioc, or sweet potatoes for the support of the slaves, or with vegetables and fruits for the bazar, are commonly laid out in coffee plantations, which were becoming more an object of attention, as they have long been at bourbon; the great demand made for coffee by the americans, and its consequent high price, had caused this object of commerce to flourish in both islands, notwithstanding the war. indigo and the clove tree were also obtaining a footing at vacouas; but the extensive plantations of sugar cane and cotton shrubs found in the low parts of the island, appeared not to have been attempted, and it is certain that the cotton would not succeed.