Baconians


Baconians
Ba·co·ni·an || beɪ'kəʊnɪən n. follower of the English politician and philosopher Francis Bacon adj. of or pertainign Francis Bacon (the English politician and philosopher)

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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