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Ulʹtimus Romanoʹrum

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So Horace Walpole was preposterously called. (1717–1797.) (See Last of the Romans.)

⁂ Carlyle so called Dr. Johnson, but he might, with greater propriety, be termed “the last of the Catos.” (1709–1784.)

Pope called Congreve “Ultimus Romanõrum.” (1670–1729.) (See Last of the Romans.)

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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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Uller
Ullin
Ulric
Ulster
Ulster
Ulster Badge
Ulster King of Arms
Ultima Thule
Ultimatum (Latin)
Ultimum Vale (Latin)
Ultimus Romanorum
Ultra Vires
Ultramontane Party
Ulysses
Ulysses (The)
Ulysses Bow
Uma
Umber
Umble-pie
Umbra
Umbrage

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Ultimus Romanorum