Jaunty vs Jaunts - What's the difference?

jaunty | jaunts |


As a proper noun jaunty

is (a traditional nickname for a navy master-at-arms).

As a noun jaunts is

.

As a verb jaunts is

(jaunt).

jaunty

English

Adjective

(er)
  • Airy; showy; finical; hence, characterized by an affected or fantastical manner.
  • The courtier was a jaunty fellow, attuned to the esoteric court gossip and attentive to the least beneficial wind of favor blowing from the throne.
  • Dapper or stylish.
  • He wore a jaunty outfit that was all the rage.
  • Ostentatiously self-confident.
  • He walked down the street with a jaunty swaggering step, as if daring others less perfectly satisfied to intrude upon his good mood.

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    jaunts

    English

    Noun

    (head)
  • Verb

    (head)
  • (jaunt)
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