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Fulsome

.—Charles Fox eternally passing compliments in his parliamentary speeches on the infamous B—ke. The manner in which members of both Houses of Parliament address each other. Noble Duke, Noble Lord, Right Honorable Gentleman, Learned Friend, &c. &c. &c. This language may very properly be styled fulsome, since it is generally applied to the most unfeeling and corrupt beings of the human race.

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Entry taken from A Political Dictionary, by Charles Pigott, 1795.

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