Scantle

Scan'tle intransitive verb [ Dim. of scant , v.] To be deficient; to fail. [ Obsolete] Drayton.
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Scantle

Scan'tle transitive verb [ Old French escanteler , eschanteler , to break into contles; prefix es- (L. ex ) + cantel , chantel , corner, side, piece. Confused with English scant . See Cantle .] To scant; to be niggard of; to divide into small p...
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Scantle

• (v. t.) To scant; to be niggard of; to divide into small pieces; to cut short or down. • (v. i.) To be deficient; to fail.
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