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- adj. Having a (specified form of) mane
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Having a mane.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having a mane, as a horse or lion; jubate.
- In heraldry, same as crined.
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I saw the fox trot by with upraised brush; and once that giant fox, taller than all but the tallest hounds, that men call the maned wolf, loped by at dusk on some unguessable errand from the ruined quarters of the south.
The closest relative to the Falkland Islands wolf, the biologists report, is an odd South American dog species called the maned wolf, which looks nothing like the Falklands species.
December 15th, 2009 8: 41 pm ET finally the man has done at least one thing to help Americans. we are eternally grateful ole joe – I was beginning to loath the thought of you – so glad to hear you finally "maned up" and did the right thing for us instead of the insurance companies mountainmama
In this case the iconic, shaggy-maned newsman falls for a feisty blogger with a horrific perm.
Mr. Gillis finished the performance wild maned and shirtless, dripping with sweat—something he also sees as a sort of contest.
The long-maned Englishman bought the Savannah home, above, in 2006 for $1.5 million to stay in when he and his wife visited their son, who attended college there.
In Water Doll, a golden-maned beauty has an almost spiritual glow as the brilliant sun spotlights her from above.
The scarlet-maned director of the boards has been generating buzz around the world, so here's a quick question-and-answer session by USA TODAY's Sal Ruibal on the gold medal winner and his fellow American snowboarders.
He stood six feet four; he had yellow hair himself that curled on his neck; and he was a bull -- a yellow-maned bull just turned thirty-one.
Then, as the moments went by, it came to me that the situation was analogous to the one in which I had approached the long-maned bull, my intention of clubbing obscured by fear until it became a desire to make him run.