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many a ——

Definition of many a —— in English:

A large number of: many a good man has been destroyed by booze
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  • The sure-footed animal was easily kept and many a child owed its life to the milk of the humble goat.
  • Most of the SUVs sport luxurious interiors, which would put many a family car to shame.
  • Some had mist-filled eyes while many a countenance went white as a sheet of paper.
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