Cant them; cant them over!
Children's presenter Brian Cant has died at the age of 83.
‘If you can see Criffel’ the saying goes, ‘it’s going to rain; If you cant see Criffel, its raining already.’
—Old Cant for to steal.
'Or you feel as though you just cant tell someone how you're feeling.
Queer, in all probability, is immediately derived from the cant language.
It was considered a cant or gipsy term up to the beginning of the last century.
Richard cant believe it as there doesn’t seem to be a body where she said she killed him.
Loper, or LOAFER, however, was in general use as a cant term in the early part of the last century.
Old Cant indicates that the term was in use as a Cant word during or before the same reign.
Animals and children have no voice,but we.I try to support with my voice and compession,I cant donate but when iI can I do.
In England, the term cant still indicates the specialized speech of criminals, which, in the United States, is more often called argot.
Cant, 24, who comes from a wealthy village in Hampshire, arrived at college in 2014 and was swept into protests against austerity and tuition hikes.
Written in a lively style and surprisingly devoid of cant, Mariátegui’s essay argued in favour of an alliance between the political and artistic avant-gardes.
But a few old works on “cant”—the language of the thieving underworld—give lexicographers like Mr Green a view of the unguarded, mostly unwritten language of centuries past.
In 1931 his Cant (on the rise and fall of Anne Boleyn) was a success, and Ordet (1932; The Word), a miracle play set among Jutland peasants, established him as Denmark’s leading dramatist.
The actor, who was born in New Zealand and grew up in Australia, shared a selfie in November 2019 and captioned the image: "So... delivered 19 cheques to RFS Captain John Lardner, a total of $105k because I cant count apparently, haha all good @NSWRFS."
The modern sense – defined as “mode of speech abounding in unfamiliar terms, or peculiar to a particular set of persons, as the language of scholars or philosophers, the terminology of a science or art, or the cant of a class, sect, trade, or profession” (OED) – dates from the 17th century.
- heel over
- stock phrases that have become nonsense through endless repetition
- a slope in the turn of a road or track; the outside is higher than the inside in order to reduce the effects of centrifugal force
- a characteristic language of a particular group (as among thieves)
- insincere talk about religion or morals
- two surfaces meeting at an angle different from 90 degrees
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