Definition of Putterers

1. Noun. (plural of putterer) ¹



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Definition of Putterers

1. putterer [n] - See also: putterer

Lexicographical Neighbors of Putterers

putsches
putschist
putschists
putt
puttable
puttanesca
putted
puttee
puttees
putten
putter
putter-on
putter around
puttered
putterer
putterers
puttering
putters
puttest
putteth
putti
puttie
puttied
puttier
puttiers
putties
puttiest
puttin'
putting
putting down

Literary usage of Putterers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Educational Problems by Granville Stanley Hall (1911)
"It turns out putterers who must unlearn much and learn other things before they become effective for business. The trade schools now found throughout the ..."

2. London Labour and the London Poor: A Cyclopaedia of the Condition and by Henry Mayhew (1851)
"... but fiddles, for within these few years the running putterers, to render their performances more attractive, are sometimes accompanied by ..."

3. Manual Training Magazine (1918)
"... is being made that our present plan of giving pupils a little of this and a little of that, and not much of any one thing, has made of them putterers or ..."

4. Mrs. Fiske: Her Views on Actors, Acting, and the Problems of Production by Alexander Woollcott (1917)
"The very word is one to conjure with among all the little putterers in the theater. They dream of an American Comedie Fran- ..."

5. Mrs. Fiske: Her Views on Actors, Acting, and the Problems of Production by Alexander Woollcott (1917)
"... without which all is chaos, without which we often see the schemes of our dearest and best-intentioned putterers go comically to pieces. ..."

6. A Collection of English Miracle-plays Or Mysteries: Containing Ten Dramas by William Marriott (1838)
"... and Je- Putterers. sus suspended betwixt them; Mary the mother of Jesus , John , Mary, James and Salome; a soldier with a lanee, and a servant with a ..."

7. Dynamic Idealism: An Elementary Course in the Metaphysics of Psychology by Alfred Henry Lloyd (1898)
"... of study in many laboratories of the present day are so far diverted from their natural life by formalistic scientists as to be made mere " putterers. ..."

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