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Quidnunc, kwid′nungk, n. one always on the lookout for news: one who pretends to know all occurrences.
The rest can wait until you tell me what new quidnunc tale was invented to lure you here.Peggy Owen at Yorktown|Lucy Foster Madison
He even becomes a quidnunc, prying now and then into the personal affairs of his superiors.The Book of Khalid|Ameen Rihani
Beside the Quidnunc and the party politician, another class of reader now appeared demanding aliment in the press.Addison|William John Courthope
This was concerned with a famous personage whom all knowing London (though I for one had not known it) called Quidnunc.Lore of Proserpine|Maurice Hewlett