fleerer

fleerer

(ˈflɪərə)
n
archaic a person who fleers
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WHERE have the Curious an Opportunity of informing themselves of the Intrigues of the Town, like that they enjoy over a TEA-TABLE, on a Lady's Visiting-Day?--Can the Love-sick Maid, the Wanton Wife, or Amorous Widow, be guilty of the least false Step which falls not under the Observance of these Criticks in Fame?--Can the seemingly Uxorious Husband, who in all Company extols the Merit of his Wife, and talks of nothing but their mutual Fondness, keep from the prying Eyes of this Cabal, his Amour with her Chamber-maid undiscover'd?--Can the new wedded Bride, trembling and blushing at the approach of Night, prevent the inquisitive Fleerers from examining her past Conduct; and if her Modesty be real, or affected?