Cant | Definition of Cant by Merriam-Webster
Middle English cant side, probably from Middle Dutch or Middle French dialect; Middle Dutch, edge, corner, from Middle French dialect (Picard), from Latin canthus, cantus iron tire, perhaps of Celt origin; akin to Welsh cant rim; perhaps akin to Greek kanthos corner of the eye
Cant - definition of cant by The Free Dictionary
cant 1 (kănt) n. 1. Angular deviation from a vertical or horizontal plane or surface; an inclination or slope. 2. A slanted or oblique surface. 3. a. A thrust or motion that ...
Cant | Define Cant at Dictionary.com
Cant definition, insincere, especially conventional expressions of enthusiasm for high ideals, goodness, or piety. See more.
Can’t, Cant, Cannot - Education Bug
Language Arts Can’t, Cant, Cannot This article helps you compare and differentiate between three words related by spelling: "cannot," "can't," and "cant."
Cant (language) - Wikipedia
A cant (or cryptolect, or secret language) is the jargon or argot of a group, often employed to exclude or mislead people outside the group.
CANT - What does CANT stand for? The Free Dictionary
It was a tremendous response in the second innings and a great stand between Du Toit and Cant.