of cant

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  • The castle over or above the mountain makes this an example of canting arms.
  • Yet there was no thought of cant in what the soldier had done. Cited from The Palmy Days of Nance Oldfield, by Edward Robins
  • The lower part of the coat of arms is an example of canting arms.
  • As the coat of arms shows this tree, it is an example of canting arms.
  • As such, the coat could be said to fall into the category of canting arms.
  • There is a great deal of cant in this matter in Great Britain. Cited from What is Coming?, by H. G. Wells
  • Both the half mill wheel and the tower are examples of canting arms.
  • This is a form of cant to which those whom we regard as great men are a prey. Cited from Drake, Nelson and Napoleon, by Walter Runciman
  • The chapel on the coat of arms is an example of canting arms.
  • This is a simple example of canting as means stone.
  • But let us clear our minds of cant and squarely face the question. Cited from The Young Priest's Keepsake, by Michael Phelan
  • Verily, a moral teacher's first business is to clear his mind of cant. Cited from Shakespeare: His Life, Art, And Characters, Volume I, by H. N. Hudson
  • They were also allowed to have more sail area and include the use of canting keels.
  • The church makes this an example of canting arms.
  • The bridge makes this an example of canting arms.
  • Since zwischenbergen means between mountains, the two mountains on the coat of arms are an example of canting arms.
  • The bear makes this an example of canting arms.
  • The monk makes the coat of arms partly an example of canting arms.
  • The dark hen on the coat of arms makes this an example of canting arms.
  • Let us then look the facts fairly in the face; let us "clear our minds of cant." Cited from Horace, by Theodore Martin
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