Definition of Mafficker
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Mafficker
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1. The Great Illusion: A Study of the Relation of Military Power in Nations to by Norman Angell (1911)
"A change of opinion which would admittedly be quite impossible at the zenith of patriotic transport is quite possible and feasible when the mafficker is ..."
2. A Modern History of the English People by Gretton, Richard Henry, 1874- (1913)
"... blatancy was as ready to parade the streets as profound conviction was ; and the year of " Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay " contained the germ of the " mafficker. ..."
3. Way Stations by Elizabeth Robins (1913)
"And apparently, from the armament-provider to the jingo " mafficker," your apologist for war will insist that women shall not only stand for peace— they ..."
4. Blood and Gold in South Africa: An Answer to Dr. Conan Doyle by George Herbert Perris (1902)
"He will remember that weird incarnation of militant Imperialism " the mafficker "; and he cannot have forgotten all the proved lies with which the press has ..."
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