Words and phrases that have a meaning related to panton:   (122 results)

Often used in the same context:
standfast, andrewes, owler, dearling, pinnock, boulter, firbank, dodkin, harle, rounce, crang, kinchin, cannonier, stirk, cozens, welchman, copplestone, eggar, maclennan, barwise, smeath, amess, kentish, charleton, asquith, handford, bowleg, de la warr, kett, peart, dowle, ramoon, pirie, vivers, plaister, bordage, whetter, froude, laughton, coomb, wycherley, holyoake, oag, hasted, furnivall, biffin, southcott, amies, bavin, meacock, vergette, orpin, cantle, shacklock, halse, carby, copeman, paviour, killigrew, hitchings, worral, lamming, dargue, macinnes, whiskin, teasdale, prizeman, worts, backhouse, brougham, spary, boddice, westcott, coverley, cringle, payn, adderley, hopkinson, newbolt, huxter, juggins, smeeth, crockford, venner, harmsworth, nicolson, wooding, cranage, crowdy, scambler, tindal, piggin, bramley, giffard, kiddle, heugh, potto, favel, pinfold, de la mare, outwin, decore, bailiff, king, swedish, admiral, ahab, alex, alexandra, ambassador, baronet, bart, beaufort, billy, boss, bruce, byron, captain, carthage, clarke, cole, commandant

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— Adjectives for panton: old, late, present, protuberant, danish, bad, hyper, poor

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