filibuster[ fil-uh-buhs-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF filibuster
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And now this other filibuster has bought you, and you belong to him.
Had he failed, he would have been stigmatized as a filibuster.
Had it eventuated in failure, its leader would have been pronounced a pirate and filibuster.
And are there still gobemouches in England who believe in the Filibuster?
It may come from a rival—from the buccaneer, the filibuster, or the cannibal.
To return to this filibuster, baron; he frequents the house of Blue Beard?
But the buccaneer, the filibuster—what would they say if you should die for the Caribbean?
You allude, I presume, to the buccaneer, the filibuster and the Caribbean?
The poor man no longer left the house, for fear of saluting a filibuster.
The career of the Filibuster is no longer open to private individuals.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FILIBUSTER
- cooling-off period
- holding pattern
- putting off