Definitions

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  • v. Alternative form of maunder.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • v. See maunder.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • See maunder.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • If so, the trans-parency of the attempt was an insult to the com'mander's intelligence.

    The Chronicles of Riddick

  • Meanwhile, the dead com'mander's dour superiors reaped a harvest of recrimina'tions.

    The False Mirror

  • Well, I don't want to crack too hard on 'mander'Vander, poor fellas got enough problems to bother the Pope these days.

    BoxingScene.com

  • Quartermaster: De nada, since it's Diversity Thursday over at 'mander's place and I'm in a dive ... have some:

    Neptunus Lex

  • Matt, get off your hopeless fixation with bashing rural states and coming up with ways to eliminate them so you can jerry mander Congress and centralizing power in Washington.

    Matthew Yglesias » Imagine If

  • By fknvirty, December 14, 2009 @ 7: 59 am re spectatoring: yers in good company with mander sayer (presumably of darlo rd, the cross) there, give her my regards laddie.

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Sunday morning. Back at my desk.

  • Typenschild and mander: I use the camera for video.

    Bike Setups: Low Brows, High Headtubes

  • Then the mander realized that the lava weakened Dwvon, and so the beast forced him deep within the molten pool.

    Reiffeins Choice

  • For just as Dwvon had felt weakened by the clawing fire in the cavern of the mander, so too was the creature weakened by the clinging cold of the pool.

    Reiffeins Choice

  • The mander crushed him all the more fiercely as it felt his vigor flagging.

    Reiffeins Choice

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