Falstaff

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noun Fal·staff \ˈfȯl-ˌstaf\

Definition of Falstaff

  1. :  a fat, convivial, roguish character in Shakespeare's Merry Wives of Windsor and Henry IV

Falstaffian

play \fȯl-ˈsta-fē-ən\ adjective

1596

First Known Use of falstaff

1596


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