chanty


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chan·ty

 (shăn′tē, chăn′-)
n.
Variant of chantey.
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chanty

(ˈʃæntɪ; ˈtʃæn-)
n, pl -ties
(Music, other) a variant of shanty2
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Noun1.chanty - a rhythmical work song originally sung by sailors
work song - a usually rhythmical song to accompany repetitious work
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References in classic literature ?
"Na," says my uncle, "but this is no a very chanty kind of a proceeding, and I'm bound to be prepared.
Next came Egg-hot-cold soft boiled egg, king crab meat and maple cream chanty in an actual egg shell.
Doung Chanty, the head of the 701 border protection police based in O'Svay commune, told The Post on Thursday that debris landed on Borei O'Svay Sen Chey district's Ou, O'Svay and Preah Romkil communes.
Comedian Eric Omondi says his fans should not expect him to hold a white wedding with Chantal Grazioli, better known as Miss Chanty.
The decision "represents an unprecedented recognition of indigenous land rights over business interests in Cambodia," said Dam Chanty, executive director of Highlanders Association, an indigenous rights organisation in Ratanakari.
After tailing victim to a bigamist marriage, Miss Ker, now the mother of a new born child, is rendered homeless in Adelaide and forced to rely on chanty before falling into the decline which kills her.
Howes,"The Labrador Traveling Unit," and Ann Stuart Logan, "In the Land of the 'Chanty Punts,'" ADSF21 (Jan.
A 'sea shanty, chantey or chanty' is a type of work song that was once commonly sung on board sailing vessels.
Farm Hand, aka Mark Daman Thomas, says: "I've been purposely working on organ drone music, almost hymn like, as being in the Eglwys Faen made me think of the Welsh chapel and church music that I was used to when growing up - the pump-action organ, reverberating around the space with chanty singing.
There's the cheery, chanty part about how we're all young and full of love; a pseudo-rap bit about working like a young Kardashian; and tag-team climaxes about self-reliance--I do what I wanna do, and I do it my way!--and unity, with an open invitation for all the boys and the barbies to come hang with Charli.
Others, including Roseburg resident Chanty Lytsell, offered conditional support for Obama's visit.
Mechanisms of Co-optation: The Legal Definition of Chanty (i) Historical Roots (ii) Government Influence over the Definition of Charity in England and Wales (iii) Government Influence over the Definition of Charity in Canada B.