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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfountfount /faʊnt/ noun   the fount of all knowledge/wisdom etc
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fountThe monarch was also entitled, as the fount of Justice, to the profits of his lawcourts.The mental powers, which made that spiritual quest possible, were the fount of human uniqueness - not a cosmic position.The traditional founts of charity, the church and the local gentry, had dried up.
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