nutant

adjective nu·tant \ˈn(y)ütənt\

Definition of nutant

  1. :  drooping nodding the equestrian statue … rode under the nutant trees — Malcolm Lowry

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Origin and Etymology of nutant

Latin nutant-, nutans, present participle of nutare to nod, sway


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