peccant[ pek-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF peccant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PECCANT
But it is useless and canting to say that peccant women are worse than men.
The two peccant riders unfortunately were Sir Griffin and Lucinda.
But there is one touchstone by which the peccant element in them may be at once detected.
Thus brought to book, the peccant Gibbons confesses to what has occurred in all its details.
Nor did the peccant Lieutenant James think it worth while to resign his commission.
Adeline exclaimed, going to the mirror to rearrange the peccant tissue.
The fictitious nephew Fitzvictor was apparently a son of the Victor who had but recently collaborated with the peccant Cazire.
To read the words as referring to the peccant verse, is to take the clinch off the whole passage.
This idea had occurred to Joe from his remembrance of a peccant hound in the grasp of a tyrant whip.
The press is a great and peccant engine; and who has public interest more at heart than your editor?