Definition of Garotter

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of garrotter) ¹



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Definition of Garotter

1. one that garottes [n -S] - See also: garottes

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garotter

garnishment
garnishments
garnishor
garnishors
garnisht
garniture
garnitures
garookuh
garookuhs
garote
garoted
garotes
garoting
garotte
garotted
garotter (current term)
garotters
garottes
garotting
garpike
garpikes
garran
garrans
garre
garred
garres
garret
garret window
garret windows
garreted

Literary usage of Garotter

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1. The Polish Captivity: An Account of the Present Position of the Poles in the by Henry Sutherland Edwards (1863)
""He had no business to be out so late," said garotter No. 1. ... He was drunk," said garotter No. 2; " he could scarcely stand, and we had to hold him up. ..."

2. The Polish Captivity: An Account of the Present Position of the Poles in the by Henry Sutherland Edwards (1863)
"Besides, we didn't hurt him, after all," said garotter No. 8 ; " and he has lost nothing." * The words of a Polish Bishop, accused of purchasing ..."

3. Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science by G. W. Hastings, Andr. Edgar, Edw. Pears, Ch. W. Ryalls (1868)
"The garotter was never heard of in England till the autumn of 1862. ... Occasionally, indeed, a garotter was found who was not known to the police, ..."

4. The Polish Captivity: An Account of the Present Position of the Poles in the by Henry Sutherland Edwards (1863)
""He had no business to be out so late," said garotter No. 1. ... He was drunk," said garotter No. 2; " he could scarcely stand, and we had to hold him up. ..."

5. The Polish Captivity: An Account of the Present Position of the Poles in the by Henry Sutherland Edwards (1863)
"Besides, we didn't hurt him, after all," said garotter No. 8 ; " and he has lost nothing." * The words of a Polish Bishop, accused of purchasing ..."

6. Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science by G. W. Hastings, Andr. Edgar, Edw. Pears, Ch. W. Ryalls (1868)
"The garotter was never heard of in England till the autumn of 1862. ... Occasionally, indeed, a garotter was found who was not known to the police, ..."

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