Definition of fent
1 dialectal, England : a slit or opening in a garment; especially : a neck opening or placket
2 : a remnant of cloth; specifically : a short and often imperfect end or length of finished fabric
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Origin and Etymology of fent
Middle English fente, fent, from Middle French fente (hole)
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