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  • n. The posterior of an person or object.


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  • "Might Hi arsk, Mr. Reardon, where you hintend passin 'the night?"

    Cappy Ricks Retires

  • "Gentlefolk, so I'm told," replied the lady, drawing herself up at the very mention of the name; "and I hintend, and I 'ope my children will do the same, to treat them as fellow-creatures with hevery consideration."

    Reginald Cruden A Tale of City Life


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