Definition of Clouters

1. clouter [n] - See also: clouter



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Clouters

cloughs
clour
cloured
clouring
clours
clous
clout
clout-nail
clout-nails
clout list
clout lists
clout nail
clouted
clouter
clouterly
clouters (current term)
clouting
clouts
clouty
clove
clove hitch
clove hitches
clove oil
clove pink
clove pinks
clove tree
cloven
cloven-footed
cloven-hoofed
cloven foot

Literary usage of Clouters

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1. The Literature of Roguery by Frank Wadleigh Chandler (1907)
""Sir," replies a thief, "those boys are all clouters alias Pick-Pockets, and that man in the silver button'd Coat is their Thief-Taker, to help them to ..."

2. The world's wit and humor: an encyclopedia of the classic wit and humor of by Lionel Strachey (1906)
"... shoe-makers and translators, tanners, bricklayers, bell-founders, com- pounders of loans, patchers, clouters, ..."

3. Vives: On Education: A Translation of the De Trandendis Disciplinis of Juan by Juan Luis Vives (1913)
"They had no need to pride themselves on this power, adds Erasmus, "for many cobblers and clouters (patchers) can do that as well as they. ..."

4. A History of Architecture in Italy from the Time of Constantine to the Dawn by Charles Amos] [Cummings (1901)
"... which succeeded the Norman conquest, the arts which had been everywhere so lavishly employed in Fig. 314. Monreale. cloUters. the service of the ..."

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