Definition of Curter
1. Adjective. (comparative of curt) ¹
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Definition of Curter
1. curt [adj] - See also: curt
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Literary usage of Curter
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Complete History of Connecticut, Civil and Ecclesiastical: From the by Benjamin Trumbull (1898)
"On the 8th of June, the Dutch had sent Jacob Van curter, to purchase lands upon the Connecticut. He made a purchase of about twenty acres at Hartford, ..."
2. The New England Gazetteer: Containing Descriptions of All the States ...by John Hayward by John Hayward (1839)
"In June, 1634, the Dutch sent Jacob Van curter to purchase lands on the ... a Pequot captain, on the 25th of October curter protested against Holmes, ..."
3. The Christian Science Journalby Mary Baker Eddy by Mary Baker Eddy (1911)
"curter, Mrs. Florence M., C S. Mornings, PI- cept Saturday. ... curter, Miss Isabella D.. CS 9 AM to 1 PM Suite 707, 81 E. Madison St. Tel. Central 01113. ..."
4. The Rev. Samuel Peters', LL. D., General History of Connecticut, from Its by Samuel Peters (1877)
"On the 8th of June the Dutch had sent Jacob Van curter to purchase lands upon the Connecticut. He made a purchase of about twenty acres at Hartford, ..."
5. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Common Pleas: And the by Great Britain Court of Common Pleas, Octavian Baxter Cameron Harrison, Henry Rutherfurd, Great Britain Court of Exchequer Chamber (1868)
"Accordingly, M'curter brought the action in the name of Joyce against his underwriters; and principally upon his own evidence, with that of the documents, ..."
6. Surname Book and Racial History: A Compilation and Arrangement of by Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints General Board of the Relief Society (1918)
"“From the name proper we get ‘Richard' and ‘Richardson,' ‘Ricks' and ‘Rix,' ‘Rickson' and ‘Rixon' or ‘Ritson,' ‘Richards' and ‘Ricketts.' From the curter ..."