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  • n. Plural form of fuguist.

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Examples

  • It had had its own gracious and tender youth; and Palestrina, whom he contrasts with the mountainous fuguists of

    Robert Browning

  • It had had its own gracious and tender youth; and Palestrina, whom he contrasts with the mountainous fuguists of "Saxe-Gotha" and elsewhere, probably had for him the same kind of charm as the early painters of Florence.

    Robert Browning

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