gent

1 [jent]
noun
Informal. gentleman ( defs 1, 2 ).

Origin:
1555–65; by shortening

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gent

2 [jent]
adjective Obsolete.
elegant; graceful.

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English < Old French < Latin genitus begotten, born

Gent

[khent]
noun
Flemish name of Ghent.

Gent.

gentleman or gentlemen.
Also, gent.
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gent (dʒɛnt)
 
n
informal short for gentleman

Gent (xɛnt)
 
n
the Flemish name for Ghent

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Example sentences
He may be a ticking time bomb, but he's also a gent.
Sometimes the proliferation of pulchritude is so intense, a gent can get swivel-necked from simple appreciation.
He likes to be held and is a dignified, loving gent.
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