Spooling out my river

Brewer's Dictionary to Phrase and Fable is online, which is a good thing. Here's a link to the text file, which we all know are still my favorite things on the internet.

Here's the bit that will tell you what kind of stuff you'll find in said book:
Dyed in the wool. Cloth which is wool-dyed
(not piece-dyed) is true throughout and will
wash. Hence the phrase is used to describe
anything or person absolutely genuine.

Tiu. Son of Woden (Scandinavian mythology),
and a younger brother of Thor. The wolf
Fenrir bit off his hand.
Also this is about as awesome as awesome things get:


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