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  • adj. comparative form of faulty: more faulty


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  • Yet scarcely any reference, or referee, were faultier.

    "Marse Henry" : an autobiography,

  • Kyd has left nothing, and Peele little, but drama; while beautiful as Marlowe's _Hero and Leander_ is, I do not quite understand how any one can prefer it to the faultier but far more original dramas of its author.

    A History of Elizabethan Literature

  • If it be interesting to trace the evolution of an animal from its rudimentary germ through the lower phases to the perfect organism, it is almost as interesting to follow an invention from the original model through the faultier types to the finished apparatus.

    Heroes of the Telegraph

  • And if it is so with such persons, how much more with the less religious, who, the faultier they are, have generally a more vivid spirit of self-defence!

    Sermons. Volume The Fourth.

  • It is so interwoven with the highest qualities, that I sometimes dread injury to them could it be torn away from the faultier ones which it supports.

    The Parisians — Volume 09

  • Introduced in October 2009 alongside a bigger, yet faultier, 27-inch model, the 21. 5-inch iMac sports a stunning,

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • And knowing that Mary’s intonation was but faulty, that of the nursery faultier still, Mahony here put in his single spoke in Cuffy’s education.

    The Way Home

  • "There is no commoner, and at the same time faultier, way of reasoning, than that of objecting to a philosophical hypothesis the injury it may do to morals and to religion.

    The Heavenly Father Lectures on Modern Atheism

  • ` Professedly the faultier that he knows God's secret, while he holds the thread of life '(vv.

    An Introduction to the Study of Robert Browning's Poetry


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