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butler

  

      n   the male servant of a household in charge of the wines, table, etc.: usually the head servant  
     (C13: from Old French bouteillier, from bouteille bottle1)  


Butler  
      n  
1    Joseph. 1692--1752, English bishop and theologian, author of Analogy of Religion (1736)  
2    Josephine (Elizabeth). 1828--1906, British social reformer, noted esp. for her campaigns against state regulation of prostitution  
3    Reg, full name Reginald Cotterell Butler. 1913--81, British metal sculptor; his works include The Unknown Political Prisoner (1953)  
4    R(ichard) A(usten), Baron Butler of Saffron Walden, known as Rab Butler. 1902--82, British Conservative politician: Chancellor of the Exchequer (1951--55); Home Secretary (1957--62); Foreign Secretary (1963--64)  
5    Samuel. 1612--80, English poet and satirist; author of Hudibras (1663--78)  
6    Samuel. 1835--1902, British novelist, noted for his satirical work Erewhon (1872) and his autobiographical novel The Way of All Flesh (1903)  
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Butler  
      n  
1    Joseph. 1692--1752, English bishop and theologian, author of Analogy of Religion (1736)  
2    Josephine (Elizabeth). 1828--1906, British social reformer, noted esp. for her campaigns against state regulation of prostitution  
3    Reg, full name Reginald Cotterell Butler. 1913--81, British metal sculptor; his works include The Unknown Political Prisoner (1953)  
4    R(ichard) A(usten), Baron Butler of Saffron Walden, known as Rab Butler. 1902--82, British Conservative politician: Chancellor of the Exchequer (1951--55); Home Secretary (1957--62); Foreign Secretary (1963--64)  
5    Samuel. 1612--80, English poet and satirist; author of Hudibras (1663--78)  
6    Samuel. 1835--1902, British novelist, noted for his satirical work Erewhon (1872) and his autobiographical novel The Way of All Flesh (1903)  


butler  
      n   the male servant of a household in charge of the wines, table, etc.: usually the head servant  
     (C13: from Old French bouteillier, from bouteille bottle1)  

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butlery, bustler, Bute, butter

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