Definition of Epatant

1. wonderful [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epatant

epanaphora
epanastrophe
epanodos
epanody
epanorthosis
epanthous
eparch
eparchial
eparchic
eparchies
eparchs
eparchy
eparsalgia
eparterial
eparterial bronchus
epatant (current term)
epaule
epaulement
epaulements
epaules
epaulet
epaulets
epaulette
epauletted
epaulettes
epauliere
epaxial
epazote
epazotes
epee

Literary usage of Epatant

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1. Music: A Monthly Magazine Devoted to the Art, Science, Technic and by William Smythe Babcock Mathews (1895)
"... spent all the time which his social duties • did not absorb, in studying the violoncello. '"•epatant," he repeated, going up to the ladies. ..."

2. Letters from France & Italy by Arthur Guthrie (1909)
"At the Bal epatant, the custom of soberly attired elderly people (such as myself) is to sit at little round tables drinking coffee or beer, and to watch the ..."

3. The Cornhill Magazine by George Smith (1898)
"Ah, ce brave bonhomme de Saint-Saens ! Sait-il faire des melodies, celui-la, ? C'est epatant. Voyez-vous, mamzelle, j'ai la musique dans le sang? ..."

4. Paris and Environs with Routes from London to Paris: Handbook for Travellers by Karl Baedeker (Firm) (1900)
"... 'Cercle National des Armées de Terre et de Mer'), Avenue aud Place de l'Opéra ; Cercle National, Avenue de l'Opéra б ; Union Artistique ('l'epatant'), ..."

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