What is another word for faust?
[ fˈɔːst], [ fˈɔːst], [ f_ˈɔː_s_t]
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Synonyms for Faust:
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Other synonyms:• Faustus
How to use "Faust" in context?
Faust is one of the most iconic literary characters in all of history. A tragic and haunted hero, he is the embodiment of the highest spiritual aspirations and the darkest desires. In his time, he was one of the most popular playwrights in Europe and his works have been translated into dozens of languages.
Born in the small town of Mittenwald, Germany, in 1518, Faust was the son of a wealthy middle-class couple.
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Proper noun, singular
- Proper noun, singular
Homophones for Faust:
- feast, feisty, five-sided, fact, fish stew, fuzzed, faggot, faced, fascist, facade, fixed, fight, fused, fazed, fiesta, faceted, fast, Foust, fucoid, fascista, fogged, focused, fagot, fixity, fast day, fast dye, focussed, feist, fagged, fusty, feast day, facet, fauvist, fist, faucet, fossa cat, fixate, fag out, fugacity, foist, factoid, fig out, fewest.
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