from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A favorer.


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  • Meantime Father Jos, though he regretted the exertions which Mrs. Betty might discreetly have made in favour of a good dinner, was by no means, as he declared, a friend or _fauterer_ of Sir Ulick O'Shane -- how could he, when Sir Ulick had recanted?

    Tales and Novels — Volume 09


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