manful

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From Middle English manful, equivalent to man +‎ -ful.

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manful (comparative more manful, superlative most manful)

  1. Showing the characteristics considered typical of a man; macho or manly
  2. (by extension) Courageous; noble; high-minded.

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Etymology[edit]

From mon +‎ -ful.

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manful

  1. Noble, brave, strong, daring, determined; displaying virtues seen as manly.

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