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fagin

noun, fa·gin often capitalized \ˈfā-gən\

Definition of FAGIN

:  an adult who instructs others (as children) in crime

Origin of FAGIN

Fagin, character in Charles Dickens' Oliver Twist (1839)
First Known Use: 1847

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discomfit Hear it
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