Banting [verb]

Definition of Banting:

make less; decrease

Opposite/Antonyms of Banting:

Sentence/Example of Banting:

In some of these old settlements there are houses where the door is still opened from without by a "sneck-bant," or "finger-hole."

Every rich Bant keeps his kambla field consecrated to buffalo-racing, and his pair of racing buffaloes, costing from Rs.

Fines inflicted by the Bant caste council are, I am informed, spent in the celebration of a temple festival.

The foregoing account shows that the Bant marriage is a good deal more than concubinage.

A nice verb, to bant, though not approved of by the dictionary, which scornfully terms it “humorous and colloquial”.

Banting, bant′ing, n. a system of diet for reducing superfluous fat.

Corybant, kor′i-bant, n. a priest of Cybele, whose rites were accompanied with noisy music and wild dances:—Eng.

Mr. Blythe is the present international bant-weight champion.

And I can stand it,' says I, 'I'd rather batten than bant any day.'