"men of kent" Definition

  1. men born in that portion of the “garden of England” which lies east of the Medway, as distinguished from Kentish men born the other side. The MEN OF KENT are entitled to the benefit of the old laws of the county, that of gavelkind particularly.

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Position in the dictionary: 2160 of 4022 slang words.
Next words in the dictionary: menagerie, menavelings, merkin, merry dun of dover, mesopotamia, mess, metallician, middy, midge net, mike
Previous words in the dictionary: meisensang, medical greek, measley, mean white, mealy-mouthed, mazarine, max, mawworm, maw, maund

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