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Levi, 1798–1877, U.S. abolitionist leader.
Robert P(eter) Tristram, 1892–1955, U.S. poet, essayist, and biographer.
Historical Examples

The Anti-Slavery Crusade Jesse Macy

a box in which a corpse is buried or cremated
the part of a horse’s foot that contains the coffin bone
(transitive) to place in or as in a coffin
(engineering) another name for flask (sense 6)

A ship regarded as unsafe; later, any unsafe vehicle (1830s+)
A tank or armored car (WWII Army)


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