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 Flor’ismart.Flotsam and Jetson. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Flor’izel.
 
Prince of Bohemia, in love with Per’dita. (Shakespeare: Winter’s Tale.)   1
   Florizel. George the Fourth, when prince, corresponded under this name with Mrs. Robinson, actress and poet, generally known as Perdita, that being the character in which she first attracted the prince’s attention.   2
   Prince Florizel, in Lord Beaconsfield’s novel of Endymion (1880), is meant for Napoleon III.   3
 


 Flor’ismart.Flotsam and Jetson. 

 
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