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gardant definition

  • adjective:
    • Heraldry Variant of guardant.
    • Heraldry Variant of guardant.
    • Turning your head to the spectator, not your body.
    • switching the pinnacle towards spectator, however the human body.
    • Turning the top towards the spectator, however the human body; -- said of a lion or other beast.
    • Turning your head towards spectator, but not your body; -- said of a lion or any other creature.
    • anticipating
    • anticipating
    • Heraldry Variant of guardant.
    • Turning the pinnacle towards spectator, yet not your body.
    • Turning the head towards the spectator, yet not the body; -- said of a lion or any other beast.
    • anticipating
    • Heraldry Variant of guardant.
    • switching the head to the spectator, although not the body.
    • switching the top towards the spectator, but not the body; -- said of a lion or any other creature.
    • excited
    • Heraldry Variant of guardant.
    • switching the pinnacle towards the spectator, but not the human body.
    • switching the top towards the spectator, although not your body; -- stated of a lion or other creature.
    • excited
  • others:
    • In heraldry, searching through the industry toward the observer: stated of an animal passant, rampant, couchant, etc., used as a bearing: as, a lion passant gardant, or rampant gardant. A lion passant gardant is generally known as a leopard.
    • In heraldry, searching from the area toward the observer: said of an animal passant, rampant, couchant, etc., made use of as a bearing: as, a lion passant gardant, or rampant gardant. A lion passant gardant is usually called a leopard.
    • In heraldry, looking out from the area toward the observer: stated of an animal passant, widespread, couchant, etc., used as a bearing: as, a lion passant gardant, or rampant gardant. A lion passant gardant is usually known as a leopard.
    • In heraldry, looking out from industry toward the observer: stated of an animal passant, rampant, couchant, etc., used as a bearing: as, a lion passant gardant, or widespread gardant. A lion passant gardant is usually known as a leopard.
    • In heraldry, looking out from field toward the observer: said of an animal passant, widespread, couchant, etc., used as a bearing: as, a lion passant gardant, or widespread gardant. A lion passant gardant is actually called a leopard.
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