Definition of Kanting

1. kant [v] - See also: kant



Kanting Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Kanting

kansas
kanses
kantar
kantars
kanted
kantela
kantelas
kantele
kanteles
kanten
kantens
kantha
kanthas
kantikoy
kantikoys
kanting (current term)
kanto-sho
kanton
kantons
kants
kanuka
kanun
kanuns
kanuu
kanzu
kanzus
kaodzera
kaoliang
kaoliangs

Literary usage of Kanting

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1. An Abridged Malay-English Dictionary (romanized) by Richard James Wilkinson (1908)
"... pendulous and swaying (of a short thick pendant) —cf. anting, kanting, etc. kanting ... -kanting, dangling and swinging (of a long pendant)— cf. anting, ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1822)
"... kanting Tom Campbell." — Now, here's to Will Wordsworth, so wise and so wordy, And the sweet simple hymns of his own hurdy-gurdy— Who in vain blows the ..."

3. A Gallery of Literary Portraits by George Gilfillan (1845)
"... out-kanting Kant, or out-mystifying Coleridge, or demolishing some ricketty literary reputation, or quoting, in his deep and quiet under tone, ..."

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