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Use "manfulness" in a sentence
"I found the correction on Pound's use of the word "manfulness" very helpful."
"And Tom was becoming a new boy, though with frequent tumbles in the dirt and perpetual hard battle with himself, and was daily growing in manfulness and thoughtfulness, as every high-couraged and well-principled boy must, when he finds himself for the first time consciously at grips with self and the devil."
"That last remark was an unfortunate one, for it brought the speaker back consciously to confront the images which were constantly lurking round him -- only hid when he commanded them out of sight in the manfulness of a spirit that would not be interfered with in its work."