Definition of Mafflin

1. a simpleton [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mafflin

maezumo
mafeesh
mafenide
maffia
maffias
maffick
mafficked
mafficker
maffickers
mafficking
mafficks
maffle
maffled
maffler
mafflers
mafflin (current term)
maffling
mafflings
mafflins
mafia
mafialike
mafias
mafic
mafics
mafiosi
mafioso
mafiosos
mafoo
mafoos
mafosfamide

Literary usage of Mafflin

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1. The Writings in Prose and Verse of Rudyard Kipling by Rudyard Kipling (1905)
"G. Oh, Captain mafflin, I am so sorry! Jack, you bad, bad little villain! ... G. mafflin didn't at all like his watch being broken, though he was too polite ..."

2. Kipling's India by Arley Isabel Munson (1915)
"Then "mafflin came round the corner and stopped the performance" by ... At night when the troops were picketed Gadsby promised mafflin that he'd stick by ..."

3. Soldiers Three: The Story of the Gadsbys. In Black and White by Rudyard Kipling (1899)
"G. Oh, Captain mafflin, I am so sorry! Jack, you bad, bad little villain. ... G. mafflin didn't at all like his watch being broken, though he was too polite ..."

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