Definition of legant. Meaning of legant. Synonyms of legant

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Elegantly
Elegantly El"e*gant*ly, adv. In a manner to please nice taste; with elegance; with due symmetry; richly.
Inelegantly
Inelegantly In*el"e*gant*ly, adv. In an inelegant manner.
Legantine
Legantine Le*gan"tine (l[-e]*g[a^]n"t[i^]n), a. [Obs.] See Legatine.
Overelegant
Overelegant O"ver*el"e*gant, a. Too elegant. --Johnson.
Unelegant
Unelegant Un*el"e*gant, a. Inelegant.

Meaning of legant from wikipedia

- hypothesis, numerous research studies tested its validity, most notably the first such test by nisbett, ca****, legant, and marecek (1973).
- venenis/humanos animos: has nullo perdere possum/nec prohibere modo, simul ac vaga luna decorum/protulit os, quin ossa legant herbasque nocentis.'
- professor and author noah feldman called it 'e legant, accessible, and informed by historical scholarship' and 'a wonderful view into
- histoire du commerce entre le legant et l'europe' in 1831, antologia; giornale di scienze, lettere e arti, vol. 3 (aug.) http://books.
- macareus et quod male gratus iason hippolytique parens hippolytusque legant,quodque tenens strictum dido miserabilis ensem dicat et †aoniae
- venenis/humanos animos: has nullo perdere possum/nec prohibere modo, simul ac vaga luna decorum/protulit os, quin ossa legant herbasque nocentis.'
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