arrant

adjective
ar·rant | \ˈa-rənt, ˈer-ənt\

Definition of arrant 

: being notoriously without moderation : extreme we are arrant knaves, all; believe none of us— William Shakespeare

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arrantly adverb

Examples of arrant in a Sentence

that statement is complete and arrant nonsense

First Known Use of arrant

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for arrant

alteration of errant

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The first known use of arrant was in the 14th century

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arrant

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of arrant

: of the worst kind

arrant

adjective
ar·rant | \ˈer-ənt \

Kids Definition of arrant

: of the worst kind arrant nonsense

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