2. cover, covering, envelope, sheath, sheathing; pall, cloud, shade, film; mask, disguise, guise.
-v. 3. cover, envelop, cloak, clothe, invest, swathe, enwrap, enshroud, shroud, drape; veil, blanket, curtain; cloud, obscure, shade, shadow; conceal, hide, disguise, mask.
4. flush, blush, color, color up, turn or change color, turn red, redden, get or become red in the face, crimson.
5. foam, froth, form a head; sparkle, effervesce, fizz, fizzle; bubble, burble. manual, n. handbook, enchiridion, vade mecum, guidebook, Inf. how-to book; primer, gradus, workbook, abecedary; textbook, text, schoolbook. manufacture, n. 1. production, construction, building, making, fabrication, formation, creation; assembling, putting together; handiwork, workmanship, craft, craftmanship.
-v. 2. produce, construct, build; make, work up, assemble, contrive, fashion, shape; create, frame, chisel, develop, carve, turn out, forge, form.
3. fabricate, concoct, elaborate, invent, make up; weave, tell a tall tale, fictionalize, romance; lie, lie like a rug, lie through one's teeth; prevaricate, misstate, equivocate; speak with forked tongue, spin it out, embroider, embellish, make up out of whole cloth; cook up, gloss over; draw the long bow; trifle with the truth, color, hyperbolize. manumission, n. emancipation, emancipating, liberation, liberating, freeing, affranchisement, affranchising, enfranchisement, enfranchising, franchisement, franchising, manumitting; release, releasing, loosing, loosening, letting loose, setting loose, turning loose, discharge; disimprisonment, disimprisoning, disen-thrallment, disenthralling, unfettering, unbinding, untying, unbridling, unyoking, unshackling, unchaining; deliverance, delivery, rescue, rescuing, ransom, ransoming, redemption, redeeming, Both Theol. salvation, saving. manumit, v. emancipate, liberate, free, set free, set at liberty, give [s.o.] his liberty, affranchise, enfranchise, franchise; release, release from bondage, let loose, turn loose, set loose, loose, loosen, let go, discharge, dismiss; disimprison, unmew, disenthrall, unfetter, unbind, untie, unbridle, unyoke, unshackle, unmanacle, unchain, unharness, unhandcuff, unmuzzle, Archaic, untruss; deliver, rescue, ransom, redeem, Theol. save. manure, n. 1. fertilizer, organic fertilizer, plant food; compost, dressing, side-dressing; marl, bone meal, Inf. yesterday's gardenias.
2. excrement, excreta, egesta; fecal matter, waste matter, stools, Sl. do, waste, feculence; dung, muck, ordure, guano, animal droppings, night soil, cow or buffalo chips, U.S. West cow pies, coprolites, copro-liths, Sl. flops, stable refuse.
-v. 3. fertilize, spread manure over, enrich. manuscript, n. 1. handwritten script, written document, instrument, deed, holograph, folio, scripture, scroll, codex.
2. original, author's copy, draft, rough draft, prototype, typescript, MS, source document.
3. script, playbook, book, promptbook, libretto, score; text, dialogue, lines, actor's lines.
4. handwriting, hand, penscript, chirography, penmanship, pencraft; inkslinging, pencil pushing, scriv-enery; autograph, signature.
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