Cant

Cant, affectation of thinking, believing, and feeling what one in his heart and reality does not, of which there are two degrees, insincere and sincere; insincere when one cants knowing it, and sincere when one cants without knowing it, the latter being of the darker and deeper dye.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Canrobert, François * Cant, Andrew
Cano, Alonzo
Cano, Sebastian del
Canon
Cañon of Colorado
Canonisation
Canopus
Canosa
Canossa
Canova, Antonio
Canrobert, François
Cant
Cant, Andrew
Cantabri
Cantacuze`nus, John
Cantarini, Simone
Canterbury
Canterbury
Canterbury Tales
Canticles
Canton
Canton, John

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Cant in Brewer’s Dictionary of Phrase & Fable

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