Definition of Allotters

1. Noun. (plural of allotter) ¹



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Definition of Allotters

1. allotter [n] - See also: allotter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Allotters

allotropism
allotropisms
allotropize
allotropized
allotropizes
allotropizing
allotropous
allotropy
allots
allottable
allotted
allottee
allottees
allotter
allotteries
allotters (current term)
allottery
allotteth
allotting
allotypes
allotypic
allotypic determinants
allotypic marker
allotypical
allotypically
allotypies
allotypy
allouing
allover

Literary usage of Allotters

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1. A Documentary History of Chelsea: Including the Boston Precincts of by Mellen Chamberlain, Jenny Chamberlain Watts, William Richard Cutter, Massachusetts Historical Society (1908)
"[The "allotters" were the committee appointed December 18, 1634. See infra, Appendix 1.] * [Also, same date, " it was graunted to our brother, ..."

2. A History of Boston: The Metropolis of Massachusetts, from Its Origin to the by Caleb Hopkins Snow (1828)
"Item, that none shall sell their houses or allotments to any new comers, but with the consent and allowance of those that are appointed allotters. ..."

3. Collections by Minisink Valley Historical Society, Connecticut Historical Society (1826)
"Item that none shall sell their houses or allotments to any new comers, but with the consent and allowance of those that are appointed allotters. ..."

4. The American Colonies in the Seventeenth Century by Herbert Levi Osgood (1904)
"Special committees of this character, if not also the selectmen, were frequently called "allotters." In Boston, as in many other towns, ..."

5. The Early Massachusetts Press, 1638-1711 by George Emery Littlefield, Club of Odd Volumes (1907)
"Item : That none shall sell their houses or allotments to any new comers, but with the consent and allowance of those that are appointed allotters. ..."

6. Warning Out in New England by Josiah Henry Benton (1911)
"... were subsequently termed "allotters." In November, 1635, this order was passed at a general town meeting:— It is agreed that noe further allotments ..."

7. Records Relating to the Early History of Boston by Boston (Mass.). Registry Dept (1876)
"... but with the consent and allowance of those that are appointed allotters. Item : That all such as have allotments for habitations alloted unto them ..."

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