Definition of Banties
1. banty [n] - See also: banty
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Banties
Literary usage of Banties
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Pet Book by Anna Botsford Comstock (1914)
"If we should ask our grandparents what they knew about bantams in their childhood, they would tell us many stories of the "banties" which ..."
2. Publications by Surrey Parish Register Society (1907)
"Richard Strudwick & Barbara Smith, both of this Parish, ware married by banties Aprili ij, 1697. George Phillips & Mary Palmer, both of this Parish, ..."
3. Modern Eloquence by Thomas Brackett Reed, Rossiter Johnson, Justin McCarthy, Albert Ellery Bergh (1903)
"... a flourishing business at selling banties, but he wanted to do all kinds of huckstering, and his nice little property took wing of ducks and turkeys and ..."
4. History of the House of Austria, from the Foundation of the Monarchy by by William Coxe (1847)
"... to awe the other states of bert;butin 1683, after tl Huguenots, from respec revoked the edict of Na banties exercised against! ith persecutions, ..."
5. Classified Models of Speech Composition: Ninety-five Complete Speeches by James Milton O'Neill (1921)
"Mr. Plod-on was doing a flourishing business at selling banties, but he wanted to Ho all kinds of huckstering, and his nice little property took wing of ..."
6. An Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain by Jeremy Collier (1840)
"8. banties ot the war. 1 o this purpose there was a canon Hist. Angi. passed, that whosoever violated the privileges of a church or ^J^ri ens churchyard, ..."