One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Her forced smile says that she's making the best of a very difficult life, having to work so menially just to survive.’
- ‘Until then, he labors menially and gardens in the backyard of his bungalow in an excessively downzoned neighborhood of Springfield, IL.’
- ‘Upon arrival in the Grasse Mount building on Summit Street, I must enter a menially labeled door, the Phone-a-thon Entrance.’
- ‘As time marched on, Suzie sat at her desk and performed her menial task as menially as she could, and because of this, her writing changed.’
- ‘Because statistics show that the menially impaired are the most likely to be abused, all doors have porthole windows.’
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