Definition of Cantonal

1. Adjective. Of or relating to a canton.

Partainyms: Canton



Definition of Cantonal

1. a. Of or pertaining to a canton or cantons; of the nature of a canton.

Definition of Cantonal

1. Adjective. Of, pertaining to, or divided into cantons. ¹

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Definition of Cantonal

1. pertaining to a canton [adj]

Cantonal Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cantonal

cantiness
canting
cantingly
cantings
cantion
cantions
cantle
cantled
cantles
cantlet
cantlets
cantlie line
cantling
canto
canton
cantonal (current term)
cantoned
cantoning
cantonize
cantonized
cantonizes
cantonizing
cantonment
cantonments
cantons
cantoon
cantoons
cantopop
cantor
cantoral

Literary usage of Cantonal

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1. The Governments of Europe by Frederic Austin Ogg (1913)
"It is only in relation to the cantonal governments that its powers of an ... Variation of cantonal Institutions.—In its fundamental features the federal ..."

2. The Health Exhibition Literature (1884)
"GROULT then read the following paper on cantonal Museums in France which he had been ... These cantonal Museums are essentially democratic, and devoted to ..."

3. Governments and Parties in Continental Europe by Abbott Lawrence Lowell (1896)
"It may be added that although conflicts of jurisdiction between the Federal Tribunal and a cantonal authority are decided by the Federal Tribunal itself, ..."

4. The Swiss Confederation by Francis Ottiwell Adams, C. D. Cunningham (1889)
"CHAPTER X cantonal TRIBUNALS THE organization of the courts of law and of the procedure in civil and criminal matters varies in the several Cantons, ..."

5. The Swiss Civil Code: Of December 10, 1907 (effective January 1, 1912) by Charles Wetherill, Eugen Huber, Alfred Siegwart, Gordon Edward Sherman (1915)
"Relation to So far as the federal law preserves the validity of the *• 'ton's cantonal law, the cantons are empowered to enact or repeal * 1 • ..."

6. Memoirs of Libraries: Including a Handbook of Library Economy by Edward Edwards (1859)
"It is under the control of a Library Committee ap- The Libraries of pointed by the cantonal Council. Works in Technology and Professional books are little ..."

7. National Education in Europe: Being an Account of the Organization by Henry Barnard (1854)
"... the " cantonal Teachers' /Society of Berne," The following account is given by Mr. Woodbridge, in 1834: BERNE cantonal SOCIETY OF TEACHERS. ..."

8. A General Survey of Events, Sources, Persons and Movements in Continental by John Henry Wigmore (1912)
"The cantonal Constitutions. — After the cantons had again become independent States under the constitution of the Mediation period, they adopted their own ..."

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