Flatour - definition of Flatour by The Free Dictionary
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Four lines later comes "Alias, ye lordes, many a fals flatour
" (3325) and four lines after that "Redeth Ecclesiaste of flaterye; / Beth war, ye lordes, of hir trecherye.
/ For the poete of his covyne / Hath non that wol him clothe and fede, / But a flatour
may reule and lede / A king with al his lond aboute'" (First recension 7.