noun, plural pan·tos. British.
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Examples from the Web for panto
Panto was indeed the mainstay of his business; it was even the warp and woof of his life.
I don't grudge letting the rest of the company have their fling at other times—but with the panto comes my turn.Trelawny of The "Wells"|Arthur W. Pinero
Did you know any of the critics when you were down at Slagtown for the Panto?Voces Populi|F. Anstey
"I once was in the chorus in a panto at Hanbridge," she said.The Regent|E. Arnold Bennett