canting

[ kan-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF canting

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CANTING

He threw the helmet with a clatter on to the table as if it had been the knave's canting head.

His tongue is very voluble, which, with canting, proves him a linguist.

The sanctity of human life is the canting cry of the falsely sentimental.

To bed with you, you canting hypocrite; your wound makes you light-headed.

The uncle was a damn rebellious, canting, planting Scotchman.

She stretched her little figure, canting her head still more.

Some canting hypocrites are whining for us to civilize the Indians.

This bride was a canting hypocrite of sixty-three, covetous, and a termagant.

Canting crew, impostors who go about preaching, methodists, &c.

She had heard so much of the canting philosophy of the grapeless fox.

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