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Mantaliʹni (Madame)

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A fashionable milliner near Cavendish Square. Her husband, noted for his white teeth, minced oaths, and gorgeous morning gown, is an exquisite man-milliner, who lives on his wife’s earnings. (Dickens. Nicholas Nickleby.)

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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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Mannering
Mannington (George)
Manningtree (Essex)
Manoa
Manon Lescaut
Manor, Demesne
Mansard Roof
Mansfield
Mansion
Mantaccini
Mantalini (Madame)
Mantel-piece (A)
Mantible (Bridge of)
Mantiger
Mantle of Fidelity (The)
Mantra or Mintra (Persian mythology)
Mantuan Swain, Swan, or Bard (The)
Manucodiata (The)
Manumit
Manure
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