[ seg-ree-uhnt ]
/ ˈsɛg ri ənt /
(of a griffin) rampant.
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Origin of segreant
First recorded in 1540–50; earlier sergreant; of uncertain origin
Words nearby segreant
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Example sentences from the Web for segreant
The griffin is rarely borne in other than two positions, viz., passant and segreant.Fictitious & Symbolic Creatures in Art|John Vinycomb