In a manful manner; with the characteristics considered typical of a man, such as strength, courage, and determination.(adverb)
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Use "manfully" in a sentence
"He kept his word manfully, and was much comforted to find that his experience was an old story to the professor, who approved his plan, thinking wisely that the discipline would be good for him, and was very kind in offering help and promising to keep the secret of his folly from his friend Bhaer till Nat had redeemed himself."
"a moment his men wavered at their guns; but he called manfully to them, from where he lay, to fight on boldly for the honor of the"
"He called manfully to her to follow him and turned back, striding, with the club swinging in his hand, towards the squatting-place, as if he had never left the tribe; and she ceased her weeping and followed quickly as"