Maudlinwort

Maud"lin*wort`

(?), n. (Bot.) The oxeye daisy.
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Mau"ger

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Mau"gre

} (m"gr), prep. [OF. maugr, malgr, F. malgr. See Mal-, Malice, and Agree.] In spite of; in opposition to; notwithstanding. [Archaic]
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A man must needs love maugre his heed.
Chaucer.
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This mauger all the world will I keep safe.
Shak.
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