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Babes in the Wood

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(1) Simple trustful folks, never suspicious, and easily gulled.

(2) Insurrectionary hordes that infested the mountains of Wicklow and the woods of Enniscorthy towards the close of the eighteenth century. (See Children.)

(3) Men in the stocks or in the pillory.

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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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B. K. S
B Flats
B.’s
B. of B.K
Baal-Peor
Baal Samin
Baal Shemesh
Baal Zeboub [Beelzebub]
Ba ba
Babau
Babes in the Wood
Babes (Deities of)
Babies in the Eyes
Babel
Babouc
Babouin
Baby Charles
Babylon
Babylonian Numbers
Babylonish Captivity
Babylonish Garment (A)

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Babes in the Wood