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- n. Nonstandard spelling of philosopher.
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The gaiety of the weather is equally delightfull to the phylosopher, Poet and the man of Pleasure.
Think you that the phylosopher who [laught] at the follies of mankind did not pass thro '[life] with more ease and pleasure, than he who weept at them, and perhaps did as much towards a reformation.
Hero, and which a rake, which a phylosopher, and which a parasite, than change breasts with them, tho possest of 20 lac'd wast coats and 1000 a year.
Thã cõmythe forth the phylosopher and cryethe send me some argumêtis that be îsoluble.
The Book may indeed amuse the ignorant, it may mislead the unwary, but neither can inform nor entertain the phylosopher nor the Man of Letters. "