from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. remaining or persisting especially after an electrical or magnetic influence is removed
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. That which remains; a remnant; a residue.
- adj. Remaining; residual.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Additional; other: as, the moderator and remanent members of a church court.
- n. The part remaining; remnant.
I.E. His remanent support of most ardent die hards in CT Dem poliics is now gone (and not a minute too soon)!
Amidst the rising tide of reports, leaks and speculation that President-elect Barack Obama will offer the key Cabinet position of Secretary of State to Senator Hillary Clinton, pundits have detected remanent rivalry between their two houses.
Robert Bruce had great veneration for Fillan, and on the eve of the battle of Bannockburn in 1314, having procured a relic of the saint to have with his army, he ".... past the remanent of the nicht in his prayaris with gud esperance of victorie."
Haec gens ipsa quidem prope internicione sublata est à Nasamonibus, qui nunc eas tenent sedes: genus tamen hominum ex his qui profugerant, aut cùm pugnatum est, abfuerant, hodièque remanent in paucis.
Haec gens ipsa quidem prope internicione sublata est � Nasamonibus, qui nunc eas tenent sedes: genus tamen hominum ex his qui profugerant, aut c鵰 pugnatum est, abfuerant, hodi鑡ue remanent in paucis.
Et quicunque relinquit alium siue ad bellum procedentem, siue pugnantem, vel quicunque fugerit, nisi omnes communiter cedant, grauissime puniatur: quia tunc pars bellantium sequitur fugientes, et sagittis eorum occidunt, et pars cum hijs qui remanent pugnant, et sic confunduntur et occiduntur remanentes et fugientes.
The 6 inch projectiles were fired from a distance of 3,280 feet, with a remanent velocity of 1,300 feet.
The weight of the projectile is 88 pounds, and its remanent velocity at the moment of impact is 1,295 feet.
In such cases it is necessary to ascertain the velocity at the impact, since the force of penetration depends upon the live force (mv²) of the projectile, and the latter will not penetrate masonry unless it have sufficient remanent velocity.
"Also, that no man be so hardy to crye havock upon peyne that he that is begynner shall be deede therefore: and the remanent that doo the same, or follow, shall lose their horse and harneis ... and his body in prison at the king's will."