Definition of Fiaunts

1. fiaunt [n] - See also: fiaunt



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fiaunts

fiaschi
fiasci
fiasco
fiascoes
fiascos
fiat
fiat currency
fiat money
fiat moneys
fiat monies
fiated
fiating
fiats
fiaunce
fiaunt
fiaunts (current term)
fib
fibbed
fibber
fibberies
fibbers
fibbery
fibbing
fiber
fiber-optic
fiber-optic transmission system
fiber-optics
fiber bundle
fiber bundles
fiber optic cable

Literary usage of Fiaunts

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1. Travels in Europe, Viz., in England, Ireland, Scotland, France, Italy by Wilbur Fisk (1838)
"How are the mystery and glory of these scenes of song and fable turned into the most unpoetic and Vulgar fiaunts of oysters and pools for steeping kemp ! ..."

2. Little Journeys to the Homes of Good Men and Great by Elbert Hubbard (1895)
"Ube fiaunts of ford. Then Mary Ann rushed in to still the tempest. There's no telling what would have happened had not the ..."

3. Portugal e os estrangeiros by Manoel Bernardes Branco (1879)
"But here the Babylonian whore hath built A dome where fiaunts she in such glorious sheen, That men forget the blood which she hath spilt, ..."

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