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  1. varletry(Noun)

    The rabble; the crowd; the mob.

    the shouting varletry of censuring Rome uE000652411uE001 Shakespeare.

  2. Origin: Compare valeterie, "young unmarried nobles".

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  1. Varletry(noun)

    the rabble; the crowd; the mob

  2. Origin: [Cf. OF. valeterie the young unmarried nobles.]


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