Definition of Danted
1. dant [v] - See also: dant
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Danted
Literary usage of Danted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
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 ..."