Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • See cannon, n., 7.

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Examples

  • Hose decorated with dark panes stretched over his powerful thighs, complemented by a pair of rich canions.

    Much Ado About Marriage

  • The clothing details, all in black and white and silver, were perfect-embroidery-edged neck and sleeve ruffs, tight-sleeved doublet laced up the front, paned trunk hose, patterned canions, and the netherstocks covered by knee-high cuffed boots.

    Encounter At Farpoint

  • The clothing details, all in black and white and silver, were perfect—embroidery-edged neck and sleeve ruffs, tight-sleeved doublet laced up the front, paned trunk hose, patterned canions, and the netherstocks covered by knee-high cuffed boots.

    Encounter At Farpoint The Classic First Mission of The U.S.S. Enterprise

  • A marquis, with wonderful canions and a scented wig like an edifice, told me it is by an upholsterer named Coquelin, a barnstormer who ran away from home and has been knocking about the provinces unsuccessfully for nearly twenty years: and my little

    The Cream of the Jest: A Comedy of Evasions

  • After the mountain we went to the canions and that was nice too

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