Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • An amended spoiling of orphan.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • After some consideration I have decided to keep my orfan fer one more yere.

    Deer Godchild

  • Thot he'd adop a orfan and now hes swaped his girl fer a boy.

    Deer Godchild

  • It is al-rite about the french orfan and I wood like a boy between ten and twelve if it is the same to you.

    Deer Godchild

  • She could not seek help in that quarter again, especially for such a word as "orfan."

    Georgina of the Rainbows

  • It makes me feel like an orfan when I see him going down the street holding her hand.

    Georgina of the Rainbows

  • George's deth, his interesting widdo and orfan, who had both been with him in Injer, returned home -- tried London for a few months, did not like it, and resolved on a trip to Paris; where very small London people become very great ones, if they've money, as these Griffinses had.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

  • Harum ideo vim elevat, fugge - rendo iilas fabulas mera f orfan eife otiofo - rum Poetamm figmenta, ipfe enim potuit

    T. Lucretii Cari De rerum natura libri sex

  • I used to bring home teh orfan kittehs and gib dem a bottel and mai goggie likked dem and luv’d dem and mommyed dem.

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  • On old Sir George’s deth, his interesting widdo and orfan, who had both been with him in Injer, returned home — tried London for a few months, did not like it, and resolved on a trip to Paris; where very small London people become very great ones, if they’ve money, as these Griffinses had.

    The Memoirs of Mr. Charles J. Yellowplush

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