Boutefeu

Boute"feu

(), n. [F.; bouter to thrust, put + feu fire.] An incendiary; an inciter of quarrels. [Obs.]
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Animated by . . . John Chamber, a very boutefeu, . . . they entered into open rebellion.
Bacon.
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Bou`ton`nire"

(), n. [F., buttonhole.] A bouquet worn in a buttonhole.
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Bouts`-ri*ms"

(), n. pl. [F. bout end + rim rhymed.] Words that rhyme, proposed as the ends of verses, to be filled out by the ingenuity of the person to whom they are offered.
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