How to use Cnut in a sentence
Agelnoth, successor to Alphege, begged the body of Cnut for Canterbury.London|Walter Besant
This ordinance is placed by Thorpe between the laws of Æthelred and those of Cnut.Anglo-Saxon Literature|John Earle
This sharp contrast is put before us by the laws of Cnut as well as by those of his predecessors.
Now the theory which would make him an innovator in this matter receives a rude shock from a writ of Cnut.
Duae ex his non sunt episcopi, quia ablatae fuerunt cum aliis tribus de aecclesia et de manu episcopi tempore Cnut Regis.