Definition of Stotters

1. stotter [n] - See also: stotter



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Stotters

storytimes
storywise
stoss
stosses
stot
stotin
stotinka
stotinki
stotinov
stotins
stotious
stots
stott
stotted
stotter
stotters (current term)
stottie
stottie cake
stottie cakes
stotties
stottin
stotting
stottite
stotts
stotty
stotty cake
stotty cakes
stoun
stound
stounded

Literary usage of Stotters

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1. A Glossary of Words Pertaining to the Dialect of Mid-Yorshire: With Others by C. Clough Robinson (1876)
"Here, the ' Shepherds,' as the ' stotters ' (the more usual name) are also called, yet turn out on Twelfth day ; but the proceedings have grown to be very ..."

2. City of San Diego and San Diego County: The Birthplace of California by Clarence Alan McGrew, American Historical Society (1922)
"P. stotters. who took charge of the church in 1912 and continued in charge of the parish until 1918. when, owing to failing health, he requested to be ..."

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