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Antrusʹtions

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The chief followers of the Frankish kings, who were specially trusty to them. (Old German, trôst, trust, fidelity.)

“None but the king could have antrustions.”—Stubbs: Constitutional History.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Antigonē
Antimony
Antinomian. [Greek, anti-nomos, exempt from the law.]
Antinous
Antipathy (of human beings)
Antipathy (of animals)
Anti-pope
Antisthenes
Antoninus
Antony
Antrustions
Ants
Anubis
Anvil
Any-how
Aõnian
A ontrance. (French.)
Ape
Apellēs
Apemantus
A-per-se