Definition of Durants

1. durant [n] - See also: durant



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Durants

dural venous sinuses
durals
duralumin
duralumins
duramatral
duramen
duramens
durance
durance vile
durances
durancy
durangite
durangites
duranguense
durants (current term)
duranusite
durapatite
duraplasty
duras
duration
duration tetany
durational
durational pattern
durational patterns
durationally
durations
durative
durative aspect
duratives

Literary usage of Durants

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1. The Horticulturist, and Journal of Rural Art and Rural Taste by Luther Tucker (1867)
"durants Seedling. after a good rain, for planting in this manner, the plants will grow vigorously. For small plantations I flnd beds four feet wide, ..."

2. Archaeologia Cantiana by Kent Archaeological Society (1878)
"... Wroth of durants^Susan, da. and sole heir of Sir Francis Knt. ob. 26 Jan. 1605-6. I Stoner of Loughton, co. Essex. Henry Wroth, Esq. of Woodbury, co. ..."

3. The Particular Description of the County of Somerset by Thomas Gerard (1900)
"... at durants, and are owners of Newton Parke here, which wee now call Petherton Parke. This John durants having sped so well helped his neighbour John ..."

4. Somerset Record Society (1900)
"... at durants, and are owners of Newton Parke here, which wee now call Petherton Parke. This John durants having sped so well helped his neighbour John ..."

5. Handbook to the Environs of London: Alphabetically Arranged, Containing an by James Thorne (1876)
"t his, The last line is of course an allusion to James I., who was a frequent visitor at durants when hunting the deer at Enfield Chase. ..."

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