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The attendant of Jones, half - barber and half - schoolmaster; shrewd, but simple as a child. His simplicity, and his strong excitement at the play-house, when he went to see Garrick in Hamlet, are admirably portrayed. (Fielding: Tom Jones.)

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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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Parthenia
Parthenopē
Parthenopean Republic
Parti (A)
Particular Baptists
Particularists
Parting
Parting Cup (A)
Partington
Partlet
Partridge
Partridge’s Day (St.)
Partula
Parturiunt Montes
Party
Party Spirit
Parvenu (French)
Parvis (London)
Parviz [Victorious]
Parysatis
Pascal’s Thoughts