Manning [verb]

Definition of Manning:

make ready with supplies

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Sentence/Example of Manning:

Miller owns this field, Locke that, and Manning the woodland beyond.

Think of the many ships which they will be capable of manning on public service.

Then he took his position by the side of Wilson and Manning, who was unarmed.

And I lunched with Cardinal Manning, and he gave me such a plum pie.

From Maine to Georgia the people were building ships, and manning them.

It runs back to the live-oak islands where my friend Manning has his plantation.

I need you and when Jim finishes school and goes, you'll need me, Mrs. Manning.

He's quite a lad, Mrs. Manning, and I'm going to tell you I'll be glad to have him in me house.

"This is not a matter for you to decide, Manning," replied Freet.

Mrs. Manning's only relative, her sister, had died when Jim was a baby.