Definition of Rotters

1. Noun. (plural of rotter) ¹



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Definition of Rotters

1. rotter [n] - See also: rotter

Lexicographical Neighbors of Rotters

rotte
rotten
rotten apple
rotten borough
rotten boroughs
rottener
rottenest
rottenly
rottenness
rottennesses
rottens
rottenstone
rottenstones
rotter
rotters (current term)
rottes
rotting
rottlerin
rottweilers
rottweiller
rottweillers
rotula
rotulae
rotular
rotulas
rotulet
rotulets
rotulus
rotund

Literary usage of Rotters

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Plays and Players: Leaves from a Critic's Scrapbook by Walter Prichard Eaton (1916)
"His daughter calls them "rotters." All through the play the poor girl makes determined effort to keep her father from bringing these waifs into his studio. ..."

2. Under Sail by Felix Riesenberg (1918)
"The bloody rotters!" The speaker, a native of parts near London, a vivacious and interesting lad named Parker Tweedy, treated us to this and much more in ..."

3. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1905)
"Illustrations to " Concerning Popularity " " Concerning ' rotters ' " . " Concerning ' Sucks ' " . " Of Course Not !" "Perhaps" ...... CUNEO, CYRUS. ..."

4. Woman by Vance Thompson (1917)
"And if there are any rotters or sex-maniacs about, don't you worry about them. You punch the maniacs and we'll punch the rotters and between us we'll clean ..."

5. Under the Periscope by Mark Herbert Joseph Bennett (1919)
"'You are a lot of rotters, to whom I wish bad weather and flat beer, and don't forget that if you increase with your motors in series, you increase on the ..."

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