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mannequin a model of the human torso or body used to fit or display clothing; dummy. [2 definitions]
manner way of doing; style. [5 definitions]
mannered having manners of a specified kind. [2 definitions]
mannerism a distinctive and habitual behavioral characteristic. [2 definitions]
mannerless lacking courtesy or politeness; without good manners.
mannerly displaying polite behavior or manners. [2 definitions]
manners polite behavior.
mannikin variant of manikin.
mannish like, suitable to, or resembling a man.
manoeuvre a spelling of "maneuver" used in Canada and Britain. See "maneuver" for more information.
man of God a priest, minister, or rabbi; clergyman. [2 definitions]
man of letters a man whose occupation or avocation is in literature, esp. as a writer, critic, scholar, or translator.
man of the world a man of experience and sophistication.
man-of-war a warship. [2 definitions]
manometer an instrument for measuring the pressure of liquids and gases.
manor a landed estate and its main residence; mansion.
man-o'-war bird see "frigate bird."
manpower the physical power that can be supplied by human strength. [2 definitions]
manqué (French) falling short of one's goal; unfulfilled; frustrated.
mansard a roof having four nearly vertical slopes topped by a nearly flat slope.
manservant a male servant; valet.