Definition of Rutters
1. Noun. (plural of rutter) ¹
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Definition of Rutters
1. rutter [n] - See also: rutter
Lexicographical Neighbors of Rutters
rutters (current term)
Literary usage of Rutters
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Reliquary and Illustrated Archaeologist,: A Quarterly Journal and Review edited by Llewellyn Frederick William Jewitt, John Charles Cox, John Romilly Allen (1872)
"Cleveland being more on the Durham side, these rutters would be closer ... However, no connexion can be traced between the Cleveland rutters and those of ..."
2. Fraser's Magazine by Thomas Carlyle (1862)
"It was probably an impudent stratagem to find out whether my journey to France had any connexion with the rutters' disappearance from Elmfields. ..."
3. Astronomy in the Iberian Peninsula: Abraham Zacut and the Transition from by José Chabás, Bernard R. Goldstein (2000)
"The oldest rutters preserved are the Regimento de Munich (1509? ... 55 For transcriptions of these two rutters, see Bensaude 1912, p. 217 ff. ..."
4. The Index Library by British Record Society (1899)
"... thereto belonging situate in Grotton and elsewhere within the parish of Winchcombe, the parcel of land and pasture called rutters Withies containing 17 ..."
5. Abstracts of Gloucestershire Inquisitiones Post Mortem Returned Into the by William Phillimore Watts Phillimore, George S. Fry, Great Britain Court of Chancery (1899)
"... the parcel of land and pasture called rutters Withies containing 17 acres, the arable lands in Alderton containing about 183 ..."
6. Collections by Malone Society, Virginia Historical Society (1907)
"... rutters, by the moder got!) Goede noen (?), schoone ruiters, bij de Moeder Gods! (Good afternoon, brave horsemen, by the Mother of God! ..."
7. A Glossary of Tudor and Stuart Words: Especially from the Dramatists by Walter William Skeat, Anthony Lawson Mayhew (1914)
"3 ; ' Almain rutters', Marlowe, Faustus, i. 1 (Valdes); ' Regiment of rutters', Beaumont and Fl., Woman's Prize, i. 4 (Sophocles). Du. ruiter, a trooper, ..."