Definition of Touters

1. Noun. (plural of touter) ¹



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Definition of Touters

1. touter [n] - See also: touter

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Touters

tousle
tousled
tousles
tousling
toustie
toustier
toustiest
tousy
tout
tout court
tout de suite
tout ensemble
tout le monde
touted
touters (current term)
toutie
toutier
toutiest
touting
touts
touze
touzed
touzes
touzier
touziest
touzing
touzle
touzled
touzles

Literary usage of Touters

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1. Journal of a Few Months' Residence in Portugal and Glimpses of the South of by Dorothy Wordsworth Quillinan, Edmund Lee (1895)
"... touters, to go to an inn upon or near to the quay of Marseille. We were fortunate in being strongly recommended to the Orient, and found that hotel well ..."

2. Ceylon and the Cingalese: Their History, Government, and Religion ... and by Henry Charles Sirr (1850)
"CHAPTER I. Point de Galle—Beauty of the scenery and harbour— Canoes—Arrival of steamer—Scene on board—Native traders — touters to the lodging-houses ..."

3. Ceylon and the Cingalese: Their History, Government, and Religion ... and by Henry Charles Sirr (1850)
"CHAPTER I. Point de Galle—Beauty of the scenery and harbour— Canoes—Arrival of steamer—Scene on board—Native traders — touters to the lodging-houses ..."

4. Canada in 1849: Pictures of Canadian Life, Or, the Emigrant Churchman by A. W. H. Rose, Henry Christmas (1850)
"... mother country—Absurdity of paying government "touters" for Australian emigrants—Proposed plan for a government system of emigration to Canada—The ships ..."

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