from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as foulmart.
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He didn't know what a fulmart was, but he was not going to confess it.
Have not these the raven and rook, the fox and the fulmart, explained; either because the nature of the birds or beasts bear an individual resemblance to those of the knights who display them on their banners, or otherwise are bodied forth by actual blazonry on their shields, and come openly into the field to ravage and destroy?