Definition of Canns

1. cann [v] - See also: cann



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Canns

cannonballed
cannonballing
cannoned
cannoneer
cannoneering
cannoneers
cannoning
cannonite
cannonlike
cannonries
cannonry
cannons
cannot
cannot but
canns (current term)
cannula
cannulae
cannular
cannulas
cannulate
cannulated
cannulates
cannulating
cannulation
cannulisation
cannulise
cannulization
cannulize
cannulæ

Literary usage of Canns

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The King's Post: Being a Volume of Historical Facts Relating to the Posts by Robert Charles Tombs (1905)
"INFLUENTIAL RESIDENTS, HISTORIC HOUSES ; THE canns; THE EARLY HOME OF THE ELTON FAMILY. "OROM time immemorial Small Street, in the city and county of ..."

2. The London Magazine by John Scott, John Taylor (1821)
"I do not think Mrs. Gale does. v You have described the\ canns very favourably. ... The canns are very respectable young men,^farmers on their own land. ..."

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