from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
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Of a real or pretended polyglottist, who might thus have served as an universal
Colline's eyes remained riveted on the rope ladder as well as the cage, in which the bird, thawed by the atmosphere of the cafe, began to sing in a language unknown to Colline, who was, however, a polyglottist.
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