Definition of rasant in English:

rasant

adjective

Military
rare, historical
  • Of a line of defence: sweeping; long and curving (originally so that any shot fired would only graze the target).

Origin

Late 17th century. From French rasant, use as adjective of present participle of raser to graze, to brush against.

Pronunciation

rasant

/ˈreɪznt/