Rant"i*pole (?), n. [Ranty + pole, poll, head.]

A wild, romping young person.

[Low]

Marrya.

 

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Rant"i*pole, a.

Wild; roving; rakish.

[Low]

 

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Rant"i*pole, v. i.

To act like a rantipole.

[Low]

She used to rantipole about the house. Arbuthnot.

 

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