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Orangeman

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A name given by Roman Catholics to the Protestants of Ireland, on account of their adhesion to William III. of the House of Orange; they had been previously calledPeep-of-Day Boys.” The Roman party were Jacʹobites. (See Orange Lodges.)

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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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Oracle of the Church (The)
Oracle of the Holy Bottle, Bacbuc
Oracle of Sieve and Shears (The)
Oracles
Orange Lilies (The)
Orange Lodges
Orange Peel
Orange-tawny
Orange Blossoms Worn at Weddings
Orangeman
Orania
Orator Henley
Orbilian Stick (The)
Orc (in Orlando Furioso)
Orca
Orchard
Orcus
Ordeal (Saxon, great judgment)
Ordeal
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