Definition of Culters
1. culter [n] - See also: culter
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Culters
Literary usage of Culters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Anglo-Saxon (1849)
"Some have supposed that the knives, scimitars, or culters, for by all of these names have they ... The form of these culters, as given in the annexed plate, ..."
2. Aircraft and Automobile Materials of Construction by Arthur William Judge (1920)
"1•0 to 1-10 Axes, hatchets, knives, large lathe tools, small drills and dies, circular culters, small shear blades, large taps, hot sets, ball bearings, ..."
3. Popular Science Monthly (1901)
"The object of the bird-culters IH like that of all other rites: to secure good crops, freedom from accidents and falls and disease, victory in war, ..."
4. Blue Book by Tiffany and Company (1893)
"Silver, some with pearl and ivory blades 1. to 250. Gold 18. to 100. Book Marks with culters: Silver 1. to 11. Gold, jeweled, etc 7.50 to 32. ..."
5. Catholicon Anglicum: An English-Latin Word-book, Dated 1483 by Sidney John Hervon Herrtage (1882)
"... and a plough chein, ij culters, iij shares. With ground doutes and side doutes, for soile that so tares.' Five Hundred Points, Sec. p. 36. ..."