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- (nonce word, archaic) Of uncertain meaning; perhaps describing gaunt or slender limbs.
- 1607, William Shakespeare, Antony and Cleopatra:
- And soberly did mount an armgaunt steed.
- 1951, Clark Ashton Smith, The Dark Chateau: And Other Poems, page 25:
- Quixote comes, in battered mail, Armgaunt, with eyes of some keen haggard hawk Far from his eyrie
- 1979, William Joseph Myles Starkie, The Acharnians of Aristophanes, page 195:
- SERVANT (Imitating the style of his master) The awful armgaunt knight who wields the Gorgon, shaking three shadowy plumes.