Definition of Talaunts

1. talaunt [n] - See also: talaunt



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Talaunts

talapoin
talapoins
talaporfin
talaq
talaqs
talar
talar articular surface of calcaneus
talar sulcus
talaria
talaric acid
talarozole
talars
talas
talastine
talaunt
talaunts (current term)
talayot
talayots
talbots
talbotype
talbotypes
talbotypist
talbotypists
talc
talc operation
talced
talcier
talciest
talcing
talcked

Literary usage of Talaunts

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1835)
"... like an eagles claw, With griping talaunts armed to greedy fight; The other like a beares uneven paw ; More ugly shape yet never living creature saw. ..."

2. English Poems by Walter Cochrane Bronson (1909)
"... Ne wist yett how his talaunts to unfold; For harder was from Cerberus greedy jaw To plucke a bone then from his cruell claw 365 To reave by strength the ..."

3. The Works of Edmund Spenser by Edmund Spenser, John Wesley Hales (1893)
"... In feare to lose his weapon in his paw, Ne wist yett how his talaunts to unfold; Nor harder was from Cerberus greedy jaw To plucke a bone, then from his ..."

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