Definition of Tonant

1. thundering [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tonant

tonal
tonal center
tonal language
tonal pattern
tonal system
tonalism
tonalist
tonalists
tonalite
tonalites
tonalities
tonality
tonally
toname
tonames
tonant (current term)
tonaphasia
tonation
tonations
tonca bean
tonca beans
toncanet
tondi
tondini
tondino
tondinos
tondo
tondos
tone
tone-beginning

Literary usage of Tonant

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1. The Parliamentary Debates by Great Britain Parliament (1906)
"If tho tonant was given tho right to sell all tho produce otl' tho land, ... The only remedy tho landlord had with a bad tonant was to get rid of him as ..."

2. Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain, from 1727 to 1783 by Robert Beatson (1804)
"item .of the tonant, who .had loft her main-top-maft, he threw 'out a ... his Admiral in the tonant was be- fet, he tacked and went to his ..."

3. The Naval History of Great Britain: From the Earliest Times to the Rising of by Frederic Hervey (1779)
"... braces and bowlings gone, which forced the rear- admiral to leeward, and prevented his attacking either the Monarque or tonant, within any ..."

4. Naval and Military Memoirs of Great Britain: From the Year 1727, to the by Robert Beatson (1790)
"... could not reach the tonant. Captain Harland in the Tilbury, ... the Kent a little aftern of the tonant, who had loft her main-top-maft, he threw out a ..."

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