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Tuft-hunter

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A nobleman’s today; one who tries to curry favour with the wealthy and great for the sake of feeding on the crumbs which fall from the rich man’s table. A University term. (See above.)

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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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Tu Queque
Tu-ral-lu
Tub
Tub, Tubbing
Tub-woman (A)
Tuba [happiness]
Tuck
Tucker
Tuffet (A)
Tuft
Tuft-hunter
Tug
Tug of War (The)
Tuileries (Paris) [tile-kilns]
Tulcan Bishops
Tulip
Tulip Mania
Tumbledown Dick
Tun
Tunding
Tune the Old Cow Died of (The)