from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A faun.
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"It would be an abuse of the trust placed in all of us to play certain fauny games," Dawn said.
Connor Paolo, a very fauny 18, explained why he liked spending time off the set with Ms. Momsen: "Well, she's tall and she's blonde, and I guess that's what American ideology tells us is right."
You can talk about the flory and fauny, with long shanks, but don't let me hear anything else out of you, "such was the Captain's ultimatum.