faculty[ fak-uhl-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF faculty
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Miss Hilton, a member of the Overton faculty, would chaperon her.
Hold your tongue, simpleton; it is not for you to control the decrees of the faculty.
Why resist, and refuse the glory of belonging to the faculty?
The faculty that distinguishes a weak animal or person from a strong one.
It is only to give the name of man's faculty to that power after which and by which it was fashioned.
At least, must not the faculty that finds precede the faculty that utters?
Which yet they do with so happy an impudence that oftentimes the civilians envy them that faculty.
I suppose the faculty of getting along with men is largely inherent.
You will understand that my faculty of observing was unimpaired.
I am sick and faint, and every faculty of life seems dead within me.