noun, plural brants, (especially collectively) brant.
Origin of brant
Examples from the Web for brant
Contemporary Examples of brant
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
Fessenden has built a huge radio transmitter in a place called Brant Rock, Massachusetts.The Man Who Made America: Simone Winchester Talks New Book
October 17, 2013
“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
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.
Historical Examples of brant
He secured a berth on the Geranium, sailing from Liverpool, and cabled Brant to that effect.
Brant, however, kept apologising for the spread as he went along.
Although Buel kept up his end of the conversation with Brant, his mind was not on it.
I can think of nothing to fill my time with, and I find the Life of Brant.Essays, First Series
Ralph Waldo Emerson
Governor Berkeley named also brant, shell drake, teal, and blewings.Home Life in Colonial Days
Alice Morse Earle