Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Freckled.

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Examples

  • How would you like to hear yur right name now, Ghazi Power, my tristy minstrel, if yur not freckened of frank comment? —

    Finnegans Wake

  • Don't be freckened; you've a right to be bould in a good cause.

    The Manxman A Novel - 1895

  • ` The ould gandher was the first out, and the priest and Terence kem next, pantin 'an' blowin 'an' more than half dhrounded, an 'his Raverince was so freckened wid the droundin' he got, and wid the sight iv the sperit, as he consaved, that he wasn't the better of it for a month.

    The Purcell Papers, Volume III

  • An 'whinever he went apast my father, he thought he felt a great scent of brimstone, an' it was that that freckened him entirely; for he knew it was brimstone that was burned in hell, savin 'your presence.

    The Purcell Papers, Volume I

  • "But any way there's no use in bein 'freckened now," says he; "for if I am to die, I may as well parspire undaunted," says he.

    The Purcell Papers, Volume I

  • "Shure I'm not a bit freckened," he said; "but, sor, there's danger to us all if we go on there."

    Off to the Wilds Being the Adventures of Two Brothers

  • "Shure and what'd I be freckened of?" he said angrily.

    Off to the Wilds Being the Adventures of Two Brothers

  • Raverince was so freckened wid the droundin 'he got, and wid the sight iv the sperit, as he consaved, that he wasn't the better of it for a month.

    The Purcell Papers — Volume 3

  • Terence kem next, pantin’ an’ blowin’ an’ more than half dhrounded, an’ his Raverince was so freckened wid the droundin’ he got, and wid the sight iv the sperit, as he consaved, that he wasn’t the better of it for a month.

    The Purcell Papers

  • An’ whinever he went apast my father, he thought he felt a great scent of brimstone, an’ it was that that freckened him entirely; for he knew it was brimstone that was burned in hell, savin’ your presence.

    The Purcell Papers

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