Little-lord-fauntleroy



[fawnt-luh-roi] /ˈfɔnt ləˌrɔɪ/

noun
1.
(italics) a children’s novel (1886) by Frances H. Burnett.
2.
a pampered or excessively well-behaved young boy resembling the hero of this book.
3.
Also called Little Lord Fauntleroy suit. .

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