Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of manimal.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The Champions Online team has introduced 'manimals' in the form of Qwyjibo, a denizen of Monster Island.

    MMOz

  • But by the time the manimals start firing automatic weapons at each other, any pretensions to social commentary have been lost in a sea of empty spectacle.

    My Year of Flops

  • But people loved these jovial manimals, and people wanted to see the never beloved Roger Maris erased from the record books, and people casually wondered if maybe there was something wrong with the actual baseballs.

    Chuck Klosterman on Sports

  • But people loved these jovial manimals, and people wanted to see the never beloved Roger Maris erased from the record books, and people casually wondered if maybe there was something wrong with the actual baseballs.

    Chuck Klosterman on Sports

  • But people loved these jovial manimals, and people wanted to see the never beloved Roger Maris erased from the record books, and people casually wondered if maybe there was something wrong with the actual baseballs.

    Chuck Klosterman on Sports

  • But people loved these jovial manimals, and people wanted to see the never beloved Roger Maris erased from the record books, and people casually wondered if maybe there was something wrong with the actual baseballs.

    Chuck Klosterman on Sports

  • There are some very small manimals caught in my linkage.

    MORNING LINKAGE

  • But people loved these jovial manimals, and people wanted to see the never beloved Roger Maris erased from the record books, and people casually wondered if maybe there was something wrong with the actual baseballs.

    Bonds vs. America

  • And we would have manimals and automen roaming about in our midst, saying Can you hear me now?

    Archive 2004-10-10

  • And we would have manimals and automen roaming about in our midst, saying Can you hear me now?

    TELE-GENETICS

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