Definition of Rattened
1. ratten [v] - See also: ratten
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Literary usage of Rattened
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1868)
"The men were not rattened, but Holdsworth's warehouse was blown up, and after the ... They were aware that he could not be rattened at Butchers' wheel, ..."
2. The Cutlery Trades: An Historical Essay in the Economics of Small-scale by Godfrey Isaac Howard Lloyd (1913)
"If, for example, it was desired to enforce payment of dues by the forgers, the grinders were often rattened in order to stop their work and so bring ..."
3. Our Little Life: Essays Consolatory and Domestic with Some Others by Andrew Kennedy Hutchison Boyd (1882)
"And the persons who sit in judgment upon his doctrine, and decide whether or not he shall be rattened, are the ministers of neighbouring congregations : who ..."