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Definition of Befouler
1. one that befouls [n -S] - See also: befouls
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Literary usage of Befouler
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Essays by Percy Stickney Grant (1922)
"What can you say that will reconcile us to this befouler of the home, this street-vendor of his own wares, this self-confessed mountebank? ..."
2. The Hill Tribes of Fiji: A Record of Forty Years' Intimate Connection with by Adolph Brewster Brewster (1922)
"When My Lord the Pig befouled the waters of the stream he was stigmatised by the other two of his rivals as a dirty, ill-bred befouler of villages and ..."
3. Selections from the Correspondence of the Late Macvey Napier, Esq. by Macvey Napier (1879)
"... and so he will be abused at home, as an un-English renegade and befouler of his own nest, and cried out upon in the two other countries, as an insolent ..."