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Faust Syllabification: Faust
(also Faustusˈfoustəsˈfô-)

Definition of Faust in English:

( Died circa 1540), German astronomer and necromancer. Reputed to have sold his soul to the Devil, he became the subject of dramas by Marlowe and Goethe, an opera by Gounod, and a novel by Thomas Mann.

Words that rhyme with Faust

frowst, joust, oust, roust

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