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Webster

English Word:

levanter


English Pronunciation:

le•vant•er


Noun:


⇨Etymology

From Levant, verb


⇨Definition

One who levants, or decamps. [Colloq. England]



Noun:


⇨Etymology

From Levant, noun


⇨Definition

A strong easterly wind peculiar to the Mediterranean. (Welsh) High Russell.



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Wiktionary

Synonyms:

(wind): Levant


Noun:

levanter (plural levanters) An Easterly wind that blows from the Mediterranean, through the straits of Gibraltar to the Atlantic. One who levants, or absconds to avoid paying a debt.


Anagrams:

relevant


Reference:

levanter

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