Definition of Jaunted

1. Verb. (past of jaunt) ¹



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Definition of Jaunted

1. jaunt [v] - See also: jaunt

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Jaunted

jaunce
jaunced
jaunces
jauncing
jaundice root
jaundiced
jaundices
jaundicing
jaunse
jaunsed
jaunses
jaunsing
jaunt
jaunted (current term)
jauntee
jaunter
jaunters
jauntie
jauntier
jaunties
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jauntily
jauntiness
jauntinesses
jaunting
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jauntingly
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Literary usage of Jaunted

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1. The Letters of "Norah" on Her Tour Through Ireland: Being a Series of by Norah, McDougall, Margaret Dixon, 1826-1898, Margaret Dixon McDougall (1882)
"It grew very dark, and we jaunted along a bit in one direction, and then turned sharp and jaunted off in another, the driver informing me that this was the ..."

2. The Definer's Manual: Being a Dictionary on a New Plan, of the Most Useful by William W. Smith (1860)
"INVEIGHED; ppr. INVEIGHING; pp. INVEIGHED. JAUNT, (jam) n. Ramble; excursion, vi To wander hero and there. p. jaunted ; ppr. JAUNTING ; pp. jaunted. ..."

3. The New Poetry: An Anthology by Harriet Monroe, Alice Corbin Henderson (1917)
"So, without another word, We two jaunted on the street. I had heard, often heard, The shuffling of those feet of his, The shuffle of his feet. ..."

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