manure[ muh-noo r, -nyoo r ]SEE DEFINITION OF manure
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MANURE
Do not manure the ground for golden or variegated leaved shrubs.
Some use tobacco stems as a mulch about Asters instead of manure.
The odor of manure is no doubt pleasant to a farm laborer, but it is unpleasant to us.
Claude had quite a liking for manure, since it symbolises the world and its life.
It is found in well manured gardens and fields, or about manure piles.
This species, as the name suggests, is found on manure or manured grounds.
For who is able to manure an whole Orchard plot, if it be barren?
Growers do not all follow the same method of fermenting or composting the manure.
The soil and manure do not constitute the whole cause of the plants and animals.
Let us, therefore, mercifully leave them to manure their dead roses in peace.