Definition of Cuttoes
1. cuttoe [n] - See also: cuttoe
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Literary usage of Cuttoes
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Dictionary of Americanisms. by John Russell Bartlett (1877)
"... neighing as if they were glad, The shining bells jingle, the swift cutter flies; And, if our ears tingle, no matter; who cries '1 — NY Tribune. cuttoes. ..."
2. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"Nearly obs. now in the US 1771 Advt. of a Public Vendue of " Pen-knives, Razors, cuttoes, Jack Knives, &c."—Boston Evening Post, March 4. ..."
3. Americanisms: The English of the New World by Maximilian Schele De Vere (1872)
"It is a curious question, how the terms caveson, quoted already as caves- son in Bailey's Dictionary, and meaning a muzzle for a horse, and cuttoes, ..."
4. History of Long Island: Containing an Account of the Discovery and by Benjamin Franklin Thompson (1839)
"... Daniel Whitehead, and Peter Wright, three of the first settlers of Oyster-Bay, for the price of three coats, three shirts, two cuttoes, three hatchets, ..."
5. The History of Long Island, from Its Discovery to the Present Time: With by Benjamin Franklin Thompson (1843)
"... Daniel Whitehead and Peter Wright, three of the first settlers of Oyster Bay, for the price of three coats, three shirts, two cuttoes, three hatches, ..."
6. The new world of words. [&c.].by Edward Phillips by Edward Phillips (1720)
"... a Divination or Sooth-faying by certain Points or Circles made on the Earth. or metry. belonging to Geo- Geometrical cuttoes, See Curves. ..."