Avaunt

A·vaunt' interj. [ French avant forward, from Latin ab + ante before. Confer Avant , Advance .] Begone; depart; -- a word of contempt or abhorrence, equivalent to the phrase 'Get thee gone.'
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Avaunt

A·vaunt' transitive verb & i. 1. To advance; to move forward; to elevate. [ Obsolete] Spenser. 2. To depart; to move away. [ Obsolete] Coverdale.
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Avaunt

A·vaunt' transitive verb & i. [ Old French avanter ; à (L. ad ) + vanter . See Vaunt .] To vaunt; to boast. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Avaunt

A·vaunt' noun A vaunt; to boast. [ Obsolete] Chaucer.
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Avaunt

• (v. t. & i.) To depart; to move away. • (interj.) Begone; depart; -- a word of contempt or abhorrence, equivalent to the phrase `Get thee gone.` • (v. t. & i.) To vaunt; to boast. • (v. t. & i.) To advance; to move forward; to elevate. • (n.) A vaunt; to boast.
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avaunt

away; hence; to boast
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