from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Rupert, Prince 1619-1682. German-born English military and political leader who was the dominant Royalist figure during the English Civil War.
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- proper n. A male given name.
- n. A junior army officer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. English leader (born in Germany) of the Royalist forces during the English Civil War (1619-1682)
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RUPERT THE RESEMBLER [After Rupert of Hentzau and Prisoner of Zenda]
During the short time that remained of the term Rupert got on better than he had expected.
“Exactly,” says my mother, giving me a significant look and mouthing the word Rupert.
mlaiuppa: Does anyone else think the name Rupert Grint sounds like
The Yellowhead highway #16 from Portage le Prairie to Rupert is a great run.
Who owns this company, and why are they following in Rupert Murcdoch's dog feces footsteps?
I wonder how many Faux News watchers are aware that Saudis are major stock holders and Rupert is an Aussie?
Out of all the romance types out there, I think Rupert is the type I'd actually want in real life.
Oh, well, I'm sure that maybe he could join Rupert Murdoch's staff.
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