many an

  1. each of a large indefinite number
    many a man
    many another day will come
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How To Use many an In A Sentence

  • We laugh a lot and he has many anecdotes, funny, funny stories. The Sun
  • She would have taken a great deal of trouble that her daughters might not be a flounce behind the fashions, and was so far-seeing in her motherly anxieties, that she junketed herself and Major Buller to many an entertainment, where they were bored for their pains, that the extensive acquaintance might ensure to the girls partners, both for balls and for life when they came to require them. Six to Sixteen: A Story for Girls
  • Armenian (Timothy); Joseph (Epaphroditus); Zachary, who was rejected by many and called a hireling; Baanes; Sergius (Tychicus). The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip
  • Many animals are not properly stunned as they are pushed through the slaughterhouse as quickly as possible.
  • Perhaps tools like moviolas might have more efficiently weeded out the dabblers - it's hard to say since moviolas were part of a more elitist type of technology and denied many an opportunity.
  • In North Africa, it represented the whole Free World against the Axis powers - Germany and Italy.
  • They are widely known as martyers in Germany and once a week we must pay homage to them by giving them maccaroni art. Hamletwildie Diary Entry
  • A contractor will remove ragwort, which is hazardous to many animals.
  • We believe, and we believe that you believe, that of the many and proliferating means for communicating big ideas, one of the most effective, and therefore most enduring, is fiction. A Long Story
  • It had become clear that he was dying and Frieda took him first to Germany and then to the south of France in search of what could only have been a miraculous cure.
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