- Heraldry. (of an animal) represented in the act of running: a greyhound courant.
Origin of courant
Examples from the Web for courant
Contemporary Examples of courant
Ronald Fricking Reagan supported gun control, as Brett Josephe reminds us in an op-ed for the Hartford Courant.You Know Who Else Supported Gun Control?
January 15, 2013
According to the Hartford Courant, "Walmart Protests Send A Message But Fail To Deter Crowds".Unions Organize Walmart Protests; Rest of the Nation Goes Shopping
November 23, 2012
On October 14, 1783, a week after his pub date, Webster commandeered the front page of The Courant.Publishing’s Founding Father
July 1, 2011
The author was a 16-year-old Benjamin Franklin, whose older brother edited the Courant.Still Looking for Mr. Right
February 12, 2010
Historical Examples of courant
Warner withdrew from his editorship of the Courant and remained neutral.Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete
Albert Bigelow Paine
He published the preliminaries of peace in the Daily Courant.The Journal to Stella
The first journal of this description was the Daily Courant, published in 1709.Curiosities of Civilization
In 1702 was printed the first daily newspaper, The Daily Courant.Addison
William John Courthope
The following article appeared in the Daily Courant of Hartford in 1864.The Funny Side of Physic
A. D. Crabtre
Word Origin and History for courant
"newspaper" (now only in names of newspapers), from French courant, literally "running," present participle of courir "to run" (see current (adj.)).