Definition of Quoiter

1. one who plays quoits [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Quoiter

quoif
quoifed
quoifing
quoifs
quoil
quoils
quoin
quoined
quoining
quoinings
quoins
quoist
quoists
quoit
quoited
quoiter
quoiters
quoiting
quoits
quoke
quokka
quokkas
quoll
quolls
quomodo
quomodos
quondam
quondam(a)
quonk
quonked

Literary usage of Quoiter

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1. Folk and Hero Tales by Alfred Trübner Nutt (1890)
"... Millstone-Quoiter, and Barrel-Bearer. The modern Gaelic lists of our group of tales form a compact whole which can be traced certainly to the beginning ..."

2. American Journal of Philology by Project Muse, JSTOR (Organization) (1904)
"221 quoiter;—Poe. 1202. Tri. 123 quod homo;—cf. Men. 325. Mi. 684 tu homo; Mi. 966 qula adule'scens; Tri. 871 quid adule'scens; Men. ..."

3. The Edinburgh Literary Journal; Or, Weekly Register of Criticism and Belles by Percy Bysshe Shelley (1829)
"I Year - - - £380 Twelve Volumes allowed to the country, at £1, Is. a-quoiter. One volume at a time, nth .... is. {Quarter - - - 10*. 6d. ..."

4. Scottish Notes and Queries by John Malcolm Bulloch (1892)
"Alexander Smith, Scotland's Champion Quoiter, for years the unconquerable victor in every quoiting tournament. /'. Mauchline, 1810. 356. Rev. ..."

5. Scottish Notes and Queries edited by John Bulloch (1892)
"Alexander Smith, Scotland's Champion Quoiter, for years the unconquerable victor in every quoiting tournament, b. Mauchline, 1810. 356. Ret'. ..."

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