from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • A bad spelling of fanged.


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  • In August 1767, notwithstanding his oath, be. came to Trieste with a view to settle; but afterwards phanged his mind, and returned, to Venice, where, being disappointed of the encouragement he probably expected, be came again to Trieste in May 1768.

    The General biographical dictionary:

  • By the fame propefs the blue colour of the infufion of litmus, though rendered ftrongly alcaline, is phanged to a red.

    The Monthly Review


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