How to spell MANYN correctly?

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  • main Did you read Mrs. Butler's 'Year of Consolation,' and how did you think of it in the main?
  • man He had thought that the man who had spoken to him had the voice of Mr. Mitchel.
  • mane Glorious Susie's turbulent mane was red, and it made a rumpled, coppery bunch in her neck.
  • mangy The soldiers embraced the girls, and the children, their fingers in their mouths, wandered from bench to bench, and a mangy dog begged wherever he thought that he saw a kindly face.
  • mania Cross Creek, now Fayetteville, was the center of these Highland settlements, and hither came the Scottish heroine, Flora MacDonald, in 1775. The mania for emigration to North Carolina affected all classes in Scotland and continued for many years.
  • manky I refuse to go anywhere near that smelly, manky dog.
  • manly
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  • manor In Essex, the manor house is a popular tourist destination.
  • manson Lenny sings 'I am the walrus' in a high, nasally voice - much like Manson from the Simpsons
  • many
  • mayan The Mayan civilization flourished in Central America from 2,000 to 900 AD.
  • meaning What the meaning of life is, no one can say for sure.
  • meany I got a meany for leaving my laptop on the train.
  • mining
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  • minoan This ancient civilization is best known for its magnificent Minoan palace paintings.
  • moaning The bell was always aggravating, making her moan.
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  • Manning Manning is a top quarterback in the NFL.
  • Mandy Ann an' Mandy looked same's ever when they come to meetin', 'long in the summer,-kind o' wishful, perhaps.
  • Mani Here, reduced in power to the level of the other caciques, the race of the ancient lords of Maya ruled undisturbed until the time of the Spanish invasion; but the shadow of the throne rested over it; it was consecrated in the affections of the Indians, and long after the conquest it bore the proud name of la Corona real de Mani.
  • ANON Tell anon, said Segwarides, to me all the truth.
  • MINN
  • MANS She was wearing a dress made of silk, but it was too small for her body and showed her stomach, her breasts and
  • mayn't She mayn't be able to come today.

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