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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmanlyman‧ly /ˈmænli/ adjective  MANhaving qualities that people expect and admire in a man, such as being brave and strong syn masculine a deep manly voicesee thesaurus at manmanliness noun [uncountable]
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manlyIn the portrait, the King looked manly and in control.The Grill, which is open for dinner only, is not as manly as the classic steak house.Once more I was impressed with his manly bearing.He was bronzed and athletic, with manly features and a steady gaze.She watched him as she stood outside Faye's hospital room, and thought what a thoroughly manly man he was too.a manly nameD' you think he's manly or something?As Guglielmo, Bar gives a stylish, manly performance.It was a manly, proud note.Moreover, if only out of manly self-respect, you want some say-so over your day.Up on the scaffolding, the two rugged manly types whistled at the womenfolk.
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