mard, botir, jasur, erkaklarcha
Adjective(1) possessing qualities befitting a man(2) characteristic of a man
Adverb(1) in a manful manner; with qualities thought to befit a man
(1) By the antebellum decades, westward migration had become a symbol of manly courage and adventure.(2) But Chow has a strong, manly voice, and now that he's been given some English lines the audience can hear and appreciate that strong manliness.(3) He was powerfully built, tall and brown, with straight black hair to his shoulders, radiating a manly beauty and inner strength that was unearthly in its intensity.(4) What is astounding about his voice is that it retains the robust, manly quality of a true bass, every note straight from the diaphragm, throughout his range.(5) Well he is the strong and manly captain you know.(6) Boys thus engaged in simulated manly activities under the watchful maternal eye rather than in the traditional father/son apprenticeship role.(7) One quality she especially likes to reward is thus held to be manly courage.(8) Not every man knows his way around a shooting piece, but firearms are a manly art.(9) In fact, the female population would say that he had to be one of the strongest and most manly guys at Westmoore.(10) The name conjures images of manly men, displaying courage under extreme conditions, rejecting the artifice of language in favor of pure bodily experience.(11) I will, however, be getting a large fireplace that I'll be able to chuck things into from the comfort of the sofa, an activity at least as manly as snooker.(12) Thell Torrence's name may not be familiar to the average fight fan but he, along with a couple of others, is the premier teacher of the manly art in the USA.(13) This artist's lens makes the subject look more manly than Hurrell's but certainly no less perfect.(14) He was thought of as a playboy whose main interests were dating beautiful women and engaging in manly sports like polo and competitive shooting.(15) Both the women and the foreman defended this practice because they said the work was heavier and therefore it was more manly work and should pay more.(16) Most revealing was his role in founding with Theodore Roosevelt the Boone and Crockett Club ├ö├ç├┐to promote manly sport with the rifle.├ö├ç├û
(1) manly :: jasur
1. virile ::
2. brave ::
3. manful ::
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