Thesaurus / manger
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Have you heard that the Bookseller is going to tie himself to the manger eat or not as he pleases.

He can scramble into a manger—where my unruly hens persist in making an occasional nest—like a marmoset.

The Prairie MotherArthur Stringer

He hoped no one had seen it, and he pulled off the brown paper from the manger and wrapped it round the pile of ginger-cakes.

"Monsieur, dinner is served," said a domestic, opening the door; so I followed the worthy Count into the salle--manger.

Down left, near the audience, is the manger, a building extending out from left about seven feet.

Billy Bluff, who had been curled under the manger, came across the loose-box and sniffed the little ostler friendly.

Boy WoodburnAlfred Ollivant

Now the great animal was hungrily devouring an added feed of oats which his master had poured into its manger.

The Golden WomanRidgwell Cullum

The stables were mere open yards, in which the animals stood, each tethered to a manger.

Travels in ArabiaBayard Taylor

(b) Nares suggests that the proper name is “Cratch Cradle,” and is derived from the archaic word cratch, meaning a manger.

There lay the beautiful baby, with a manger for his bed, and oxen and sheep all sleeping quietly round him.

The Story HourNora A. Smith

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