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  • n. Plural form of fount.


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  • And, from the rocks, hope called her founts to calm


  • He looked at her often, when the routine work of the day was going on, the question he could not ask her tickling at the founts of speech -- Was she going riding next Sunday?

    Chapter XII

  • Thus, ere thou didst issue from thy mother's womb, I destined for thee two founts of gleaming milk, eyes to watch over thee, and hearts to love thee.

    Laura Weinberg: Divine Love Story: Birth Of A New Revelation

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  • Rhetoric is rhetoric, and in a rousing debate no one takes seriously that atheists are founts of decency and morality while sincere believers are all servile and superstitious.

    Deepak Chopra: The Atheist's Mistake

  • Actually was he hungry when he had megapode eggs, and the well-nigh dried founts of saliva and of internal digestive juices were stimulated to flow again at contemplation of a megapode egg prepared for the eating.


  • Their stringy muscles seemed founts of inexhaustible energy.

    The Battle of the Fangs

  • The nations of the South will also play a growing economic role as sources of raw materials in an era of increasing scarcity and founts of entrepreneurial vitality.

    Michael T. Klare: The Blowback Effect: 2020

  • Carleton and Grinnell, in contrast, are founts of diversity-babble, which really amounts to a world view based on the devil theory of white people.

    Don’t Support Your Local College!

  • Have any of you founts of tolerance and peace BEEN in the Middle East?

    Scenes from Dante's Inferno


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