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Smithfield

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The smooth field (Anglo Saxon, smethe, smooth), called in Latin Campus Planus, and described by Fitz-Stephen in the twelfth century as a “plain field where every Friday there is a celebrated rendezvous of fine horses brought thither to be sold.”

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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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Smectymnus
Smell (an acute sense)
Smell a Rat (To)
Smelling Sin
Smells of the Lamp
Smelts (Stock-Exchange term)
Smiler
Smith
Smith of Nottingham
Smith’s Prize-man
Smithfield
Smoke
Smoke Farthings
Smoke Silver
Snack
Snails have no sex
Snake-Stones
Snake in the Grass
Snakes in his Boots (To have)
Snap-Dragons
Snap of the Fingers

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