"chaunt" Definition

  1. to sing the contents of any paper in the streets. CANT, as applied to vulgar language, may have been derived from CHAUNT.
  2. “to CHAUNT the play,” to explain the tricks and manœuvres of thieves.

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Position in the dictionary: 581 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: chaunter-culls, chaunters, chaw, chaw over, chaw-bacon, cheap, cheap jacks, cheat’em, checks, chee-chee
Previous words in the dictionary: chatty, chatter-box, chatter-basket, chats, charlies, charley-pitcher, charley, chariot-buzzing, chapel., chapel-of-ease.

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