Definition of Cantals

1. cantal [n] - See also: cantal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cantals

cant hooks
cant over
cant strip
cantabile
cantabiles
cantal
cantala
cantalas
cantalope
cantaloup
cantaloupe
cantaloupe vine
cantaloupes
cantaloupey
cantaloups
cantals (current term)
cantankerous
cantankerously
cantankerousness
cantar
cantars
cantata
cantatas
cantate
cantates
cantation
cantations
cantatory
cantatrice
cantatrices

Literary usage of Cantals

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

1. The Chemical Trade Journal and Oil, Paint and Colour Review (1898)
"... of sulphur were exported from Sicily ( cantals = I ton). The total stocks in the whole of Sicily on July ..."

2. Young Ireland: A Fragment of Irish History, 1840-1850 by Charles Gavan Duffy (1880)
"He took possession of Dublin, the chief town of Leinster, made it the seat of English authority, and distributed huge cantals of the tribal land between ..."

3. A Supplementary English Glossary by Thomas Lewis Owen Davies (1881)
"As for the young cantals, they, as was said, had wandered a little over the south border of romantic Spain.—Carlyle, Life of Sterling, Pt. I. ch. xiii. ..."

4. Memoirs of Charles Lee Lewes: Containing Anecdotes, Historical and by Charles Lee Lewes (1805)
"... cantals receive upon this memorable night. Some were dragged through a contiguous horse-pond, while others were trampled under foot by the exasperated ..."

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