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Noun1.Fauntleroy - an excessively polite and well-dressed boyFauntleroy - an excessively polite and well-dressed boy
boy, male child - a youthful male person; "the baby was a boy"; "she made the boy brush his teeth every night"; "most soldiers are only boys in uniform"
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Her voice trembled again as she spoke the last two words, and it was possibly this that caused Mr Pickering to visualize Percy as a sort of little Lord Fauntleroy, his favourite character in English literature.
Lamar is strong on the Pharrell Williams-produced "Alright'' and "How Much a Dollar Cost,'' where he raps about the struggle of his fame with the assistance of James Fauntleroy and Ronald Isley.
Most of her fans held on to the image of Pickford displayed in such films as Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm, Little Lord Fauntleroy and the expressionist Sparrows.
MORLEY, 71, c omplained c omplained that Big Frank that Big Frank liked to play loud music in his dressing room, then brayed in a posh accent: "Lord Fauntleroy here, could you turn those n*** rhythms down?"
The Billboard noted several names as potential players in Kanye West's seventh album, James Fauntleroy, Gee Roberson, Mike Will, Malik Yusef, French Montana, Young Thug, Da Internz, Young Chop, James Blake, Symbolic One (S1), Evian Christ, 808 Mafia, DJ Mustard and Tyga.
Hit Songwriters Panel with Justin Timberlake's collaborator James Fauntleroy, Boys Like Girls' Martin Johnson, pop songwriter Savan Kotecha (4), "Wrecking Ball" co-writer MoZella (5) and songwriter Lindy Robbins.
Sent to arrest Henry Fauntleroy, Constable Samuel Plank is determined to find out why the banker has risked his reputation, his banking house and his neck - and why he is so determined to plead guilty.
Fauntleroy says she was attracted to the values of interdependence, empowerment and activism that are at the core of the LIT Fund, and was already a member.
1849: Frances Hodgson Burnett, author of The |Secret Garden and Little Lord Fauntleroy, was born in Manchester.
Put simply, the guy's head resembles a mis-shapen potato which has failed the supermarket perfection test, and his wispy blond locks are less suave spy, more Little Lord Fauntleroy following a fight with a pair of kitchen scissors.
Ed's charge that we are governed by out-of-touch Billy Bunters had stuck even before Andrew Mitchell behaved like across between Ronnie Biggs and Little Lord Fauntleroy. The way Ed demolished the budg-et was a masterclass.