2. Verb. (third-person singular of putter) ¹
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Definition of Putters
1. putter [v] - See also: putter
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Putters
Literary usage of Putters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Coal Mining Described and Illustrated by Thomas H. Walton (1885)
"putters are not often injured, I have noticed. How do you account for the fact?" " I cannot tell. I think, however, that their occupation awakens them to a ..."
2. Underground: Or, Life Below the Surface. Incidents and Accidents Beyond the by Thomas Wallace Knox (1876)
"putters." — HOW GIRLS WERE USED IN SCOTLAND. — MAN ENGINES. — THE LEVELS. — AN ACCIDENT CAUSED BY RATS. MY first journey down the shaft of a mine had of ..."
3. The Complete Golfer by Harry Vardon (1908)
"... putting—The golfer's natural system—How to find it—And when found make a note of it—The quality of instinct—All sorts of putters—How I once putted for a ..."
4. Underground Life, Or, Mines and Miners by Louis Simonin, Henry William Bristow (1869)
"... in which the seams of coal are as thin as those of the Provence collieries, boys, called putters, perform a task in some respects similar to that of the ..."