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  1. butler

    • IPA[ˈbətlər]

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    • n.
      the chief manservant of a house.
    • noun: butler, plural noun: butlers

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    • ph. (1913–81), English sculptor; born Reginald Cotterell. Working mainly in forged or cast metal, he won an international competition in 1953 for a monument (never built) to the Unknown Political Prisoner.

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    • ph. (1612–80), English poet, most notable for his three-part satirical poem Hudibras (1663–78).

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    • ph. (1612–80), English poet, most notable for his three-part satirical poem Hudibras (1663–78).

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    • ph. (1835–1902), English novelist. He is noted for Erewhon (1872), Erewhon Revisited (1901), and the semi-autobiographical The Way of All Flesh (1903).

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    • n. another term for Belfast sink

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    • n. a container with a handle and a hinged cover, used for collecting table crumbs or emptying ashtrays.

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    • ph. (1866–1939), US Supreme Court associate justice 1922–39. A pro-business conservative, he was appointed to the Court by President Harding.

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    • ph. (1835–1902), English novelist. Notable works: Erewhon (1872), Erewhon Revisited (1901), and The Way of All Flesh (1903).

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    • IPA[ˈbʌtlə]

    英式

    • n.
      the chief manservant of a house.

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