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  • noun Plural form of manichord.


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  • There were little manichords which resembled toes in white woollen stockings, and when they moved it was just as if a foot with two hundred skeleton toes were walking; and it walked and walked and yet never left the spot.

    In Midsummer Days, and Other Tales


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