Definition of Coulters

1. coulter [n] - See also: coulter



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Coulters

coulombic
coulombically
coulombs
coulometer
coulometers
coulometric
coulometrically
coulometries
coulometry
coulotte
coulrophobia
coulsonite
coulter
coulterneb
coulternebs
coulters (current term)
coulé
coumaphos
coumara nut
coumaranone
coumaric
coumaric acid
coumaric acids
coumaric anhydride
coumarin
coumarin hydroxylase
coumarins
coumarone
coumarone-indene resin
coumarone resin

Literary usage of Coulters

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1. Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England by Royal Agricultural Society of England (1874)
"During the first part of the run the coulters were kept on the ground, while during the latter part the coulters were raised. James Coultas, of Grantham, ..."

2. Retrospect of Philosophical, Mechanical, Chemical, and Agricultural Discoveries (1808)
"THIS method of fixing the coulters of ploughs is, by making use of a cramp, which goes over a pin fixed into the beam at ..."

3. The Mechanics' Magazine (1856)
"If the revolving coulters be removed and angle press wheels of suitable diameters substituted, with or without the wheels 01 collars, F, between them, ..."

4. The Cyclopædia;: Or, Universal Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Literature.by Abraham Rees by Abraham Rees (1819)
"... having the under parts fet with a kind of coulters or cutting-blades, which readily (have and take off the hills as it moves along, in an even and neat ..."

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