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Definition of "paine" []

  • Thomas. 1737–1809, American political pamphleteer, born in England. His works include the pamphlets Common Sense (1776) and Crisis (1776–83), supporting the American colonists' fight for independence; The Rights of Man (1791–92), a justification of the French Revolution; and The Age of Reason (1794–96), a defence of deism (noun)

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Use "paine" in a sentence
  • "And in that respect, bloggers are much more like thomas paine than the NY Times. not in quality, mind you."
  • "A.W.: And in that respect, bloggers are much more like thomas paine than the NY Times. not in quality, mind you."
  • "Wes even though everybody saw this coming a mile away im glad inglorious basterds got a win from christoph waltz. quentin should have got best screenpay though. paine 10"
  • "American Voter you have me thinking of T paine set on fire around my ears."
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