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Maunder  n.  A beggar. (Obs.)






Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48








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"Maunder" Quotes from Famous Books



... in the whites of the eyes, and pouchy under 'em?" Captain Bingo demands of his young friend with unmistakable relish. "'Yes' again? And I grouse and maunder? Of course I do, my dear chap! How can I help it? A married man who, for all he knows, ...
— The Dop Doctor • Clotilde Inez Mary Graves

... Paris. And how circumstances hang together and lead to each other! I had to occupy myself with Gilles de Rais and the diabolism of the Middle Ages to get contemporary diabolism revealed to me." And he thought of Docre again. "What a sharper that priest is! Among the occultists who maunder today in the universal decomposition of ideas he is the only one who ...
— La-bas • J. K. Huysmans

... John answered her, very sharply: "nobody no raight to meddle wi' a man's bad ooman but himzell. Wull, here was all these here men awaitin', zum wi' harses, zum wi'out; the common volk wi' long girt guns, and tha quarlity wi' girt broad-swords. Who wor there? Whay latt me zee. There wor Squire Maunder," here John assumed his full historical key, "him wi' the pot to his vittle-place; and Sir Richard Blewitt shaking over the zaddle, and Squaire Sandford of Lee, him wi' the long nose and one eye, and Sir Gronus Batchildor over to Ninehead Court, ...
— Lorna Doone - A Romance of Exmoor • R. D. Blackmore

... sing are here before our time. She also hath her monuments; Not such as stand decrepitly resigned To ruin-mark the path of dead events That left no seed of better days behind, The tourist's pensioners that show their scars 100 And maunder of forgotten wars; She builds not on the ground, but in the mind, Her open-hearted palaces For larger-thonghted men with heaven and earth at ease: Her march the plump mow marks, the sleepless wheel, The golden sheaf, ...
— The Complete Poetical Works of James Russell Lowell • James Lowell

... the middy, "he did say something like that," and then as he caught Poole's eye he had to turn his back, looking out through the slit in the window and biting his tongue hard the while, while he heard the carpenter maunder on to the President something more about not having a bit of stuff, and every nail to straighten before he ...
— Fitz the Filibuster • George Manville Fenn



Words linked to "Maunder" :   blab, mouth, cast, speak, verbalise, clack, drift, mumble, gibber, blether, prattle, twaddle, blather, range, tittle-tattle, swan, blabber, vagabond, roam, verbalize, wander



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