Definition of Danted

1. dant [v] - See also: dant



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Danted

danophones
danpatsushiki
danse du ventre
danse macabre
danseur
danseur noble
danseurs
danseuse
danseuses
danso
dansyl
dansyl chloride
dansyl compounds
dansylated
dant
danted (current term)
danthron
danting
dantoned
dantoning
dantons
dantrolene
dantrolene sodium
dantron
dants
daomanite
dap
dapagliflozin
dapatical
daphnane

Literary usage of Danted

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1. The Genesis of the United States: A Narrative of the Movement in England by Alexander Brown (1890)
"The God of heaven and earth crowne your un- danted spirit with his heavenly reward. And Let the beautie of the Lord our God be upon us : and direct thou the ..."

2. A Glossary of Words Used in the Wapentakes of Manley and Corringham by Edward Peacock (1877)
"It smote ino to the heart ; it danted me."—Bernard, Terence, 12. Dapper, adj. neat, smart. Dar [dar], v. to dare. 'Don't dar me to it ; when I 'm mad I dar ..."

3. Ireland: Its Scenery, Character, &c. by Samuel Carter Hall (1843)
"... an' when I tould the people there what I had seen, they looked terrible danted, an' made answer, ' "Tis well that worse didn't happen you. ..."

4. Publications by Shakespeare Society (Great Britain) (1853)
"... if Fates deny, th-s ground must be my graue, yet golden thoughts that reache for a Crowne, danted before by Fortunes cruell spight, are come as comforts ..."

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