manurey

Manurey vs Manurer - What's the difference?

manurey | manurer |


As an adjective manurey

is covered in, or characteristic of, manure.

As a noun manurer is

a person that deals with manure, especially one engaged in natural fertilizers.

Manures vs Manurey - What's the difference?

manures | manurey |


As a verb manures

is (manure).

As an adjective manurey is

covered in, or characteristic of, manure.

Manured vs Manurey - What's the difference?

manured | manurey |


As a verb manured

is (manure).

As an adjective manurey is

covered in, or characteristic of, manure.

Manure vs Manurey - What's the difference?

manure | manurey |


As a verb manure

is to cultivate by manual labor; to till; hence, to develop by culture.

As a noun manure

is animal excrement, especially that of common domestic farm animals and when used as fertilizer generally speaking, from cows, horses, sheep, pigs and chickens.

As an adjective manurey is

covered in, or characteristic of, manure.