twaddler


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someone who twaddles

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For instance, when by developed impression it is strived for sympathies and affection, there is a risk to hear such unfavourable characteristics, as "conformist", "toady", "weak" etc; when it is strived for a high status, honour and reliance, there is a risk to be considered a twaddler, a conceited person and a liar (Rosenfeld et al.
Lewis also has little sympathy with Forster's employment of myth and fantasy, declaring in a letter that he doubted "high-minded old twaddlers" like Forster could honestly face "Paganism as it was" (589).