Definition of Knotters
1. knotter [n] - See also: knotter
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Knotters
Literary usage of Knotters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Dover Patrol 1915-1917 by Reginald Bacon (1919)
"... 30-knotters "—The successful " P " boats—Horse Artillery guns in the "ML's"—Mine-sweeping work— Aeroplanes and seaplanes—Reliability and the preparation ..."
2. Modern Mechanism: Exhibiting the Latest Progress in Machines, Motors, and by D. Appleton and Company (1892)
"... to be bound in two places by the two knotters, and ejected. The attachment is mounted on an independent transport axle, with two wheels and thills for a ..."
3. The Royal Navy by Henry Lawrence Swinburne (1907)
"Of these, all are 23 knot ships, with the exception of the Cressy class, which are 21 knotters, and the Devonshire, Duke of Edinburgh, and Warrior classes, ..."
4. Submarine Navigation Past and Present by Alan Hughes Burgoyne (1903)
"72 Of the thirty knotters the following have made or are to make 31 knots or ... 4 Most of the 30 knotters. 5 ' Taku.' 6 The last ten 30 knotters of the ..."
5. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1911)
"... with sixty-four 30-knotters and thirty 27-knotters behind them, besides thirty-six " coastal destroyers." A comparison with foreign navies would show ..."