noun, plural brants, (especially collectively) brant.
Origin of brant
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Brant, an ASCAP spokesperson, would like to see more public recognition for the people behind the scenes.Taylor Swift’s Secret Music Man: Max Martin, Elusive Hitmaker|Debra A. Klein|October 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Fessenden has built a huge radio transmitter in a place called Brant Rock, Massachusetts.The Man Who Made America: Simone Winchester Talks New Book|Eric Herschthal|October 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“People might support you more if you jumped of a cliff,” Brant replied to one commenter.David Beckham Designs More Underwear, Karlie Kloss Gets A Haircut|The Fashion Beast Team|November 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But claims about Brant trying to hold on to his money at all costs go back at least two decades.
When Seymour turned 30, Brant threw a spectacular party for her at their home.
Convinced of this, Brant retraced his steps toward the camp of his own troop, now already astir with the duties of early morning.Bob Hampton of Placer|Randall Parrish
"Yes; but I do not know what she knows," returned Brant quietly.Clarence|Bret Harte
To get back or forward was out of the question, and there he remained till his brant life was ended by starvation.
If they went down, and Brant with his Indians swept the valley, for what horrors might they not look?Historic Tales, Vol. 1 (of 15)|Charles Morris
Brant uttered one of his nasty cackles, and turned to Cheeseman.A Traitor's Wooing|Headon Hill