fountainhead[ foun-tn-hed ]SEE DEFINITION OF fountainhead
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Wasting no more words, I marched off to the fountainhead for information.
Such publications became the fountainhead of Colonial design.
Such knowledge he acquired at the fountainhead—that is, from himself.
Your veins run with fiery evil direct from its fountainhead.
French Gothic churches are a fountainhead, and should rank first.
Your Spanish royalty is the keystone, the fountainhead, of Spanish society, is it not?
But to find the supreme example of Bahai tagiya we have to go to the fountainhead.
Wagner is the fountainhead of the new school, let them mock his romanticism as they may.
Tell me the real truth, as you have it from the fountainhead.
It redirects our attention to the great source and fountainhead of human life.