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Empson

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The favourite flageolet-player of Charles II., introduced into Scott’s Peveril of the Peak.

“Julian could only bow obedience, and follow Empson, who was the same person that played so rarely on the flageolet.”—Chap. xxx.

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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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Empannel
Empedoclēs
Emperor
Emperor of Believers
Emperor of the Mountains
Empire City (The)
Empire of Reason; the Empire of Truth
Empirics
Employé. (French)
Empson
Empty as Air
Empty Champagne Bottles
Empty Chance
Empyrean
En Evidence (French)
En Garçon
En Masse
En Rapport
En Route
Enalio-saurians (Greek, sca-lizards)