Definition of Knotter
1. one that knots [n -S] - See also: knots
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Knotter
Literary usage of Knotter
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Modern Mechanism: Exhibiting the Latest Progress in Machines, Motors, and by D. Appleton and Company (1892)
"knotter complete. Iv yield of wheat, oats, rye, and barley has been enormously augmented since the advent of the use of the twine. ..."
2. The Poetical Farrago: Being a Miscellaneous Assemblage of Epigrams and Other (1794)
"... TH1 ROYAL knotter. IIY SIR CHARLES SEDLEY. AH, happy people! ye muft thrive, While thus the royal pair does ..."
3. Modern Mechanism: Exhibiting the Latest Progress in Machines, Motors, and by D. Appleton and Company (1892)
"8 and 9, The beveled pinion, complete appliance in which represents the two positions, rotates the knotter one revolution, and the loop thus formed in the ..."
4. Modern Pulp and Paper Making: A Practical Treatise by George Strong Witham (1920)
"knotter Screens. The stock from the intermediate tank gravitates (or is pumped if it is not possible to arrange the equipment so it can gravitate) to the ..."