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[free-ling-hahy-zuh n] /ˈfri lɪŋˌhaɪ zən/
Frederick Theodore, 1817–85, U.S. statesman. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • You know the Faulkners are all right,—her mother was a Frelinghuysen.

    The Dorrance Domain Carolyn Wells
  • This is what Senator Frelinghuysen's Bill, now pending, proposes well to do.

    Across America James F. Rusling
  • You enter his library and you see a banner of the campaign of Clay and Frelinghuysen.

    Behind the Mirrors Clinton W. Gilbert
  • In reply to Mr. Frelinghuysen, who asked where was the gold currency?

  • If you have enough of the boy about you, like Frelinghuysen, you enjoy all this hugely.

    Behind the Mirrors Clinton W. Gilbert
  • You look among the branches of the Frelinghuysen family tree without losing countenance.

    Behind the Mirrors Clinton W. Gilbert
  • Mr. Frelinghuysen's voluminous dispatch of May 8, 1882, reiterated in the main the arguments advanced by Mr. Blaine.

  • Who knows that there won't be another "and Frelinghuysen" ticket, this time a successful one?

    Behind the Mirrors Clinton W. Gilbert
  • Blaine goes out to-day and Frelinghuysen in, but it makes no more noise than a change of bank presidents.

    Twenty Years in Europe Samuel H. M. Byers
  • At last it was bedtime, and the girls filed out of the room, saying good night to Miss Frelinghuysen as they passed.

    Betty's Happy Year Carolyn Wells

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