a school of economists in England in the first half of the 19th century, devoted to free trade and the repeal of the Corn Law, led by Richard Cobden and John Bright.
noun 1. one of a breed of slender terriers having a short, glossy, black-and-tan coat, raised originally in Manchester, England. noun 1. a small breed of terrier with a glossy black-and-tan coat Also called (less commonly) black-and-tan terrier
[man-chit] /ˈmæn tʃɪt/ noun, Archaic. 1. a kind of white bread made from the finest flour. 2. Chiefly Dialect. a piece or small loaf of such bread.
[mahn-shet] /mɑnˈʃɛt/ noun 1. .
[man-chahyld] /ˈmænˌtʃaɪld/ noun, plural men-children. 1. a male child; boy; son. n. also man-child, “male child, male infant,” c.1400, from man (n.) + child.