Definition of Troutier
1. trouty [adj] - See also: trouty
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Troutier
Literary usage of Troutier
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Memorials of the Grand River Valley by Franklin Everett (1878)
"In 1836, Mr. troutier went with the Indians to Washington, and assisted in ... Mr. troutier remembers many interesting incidents in the early history of ..."
2. Prince Bismarck: An Historical Biography by Charles Lowe (1885)
"of King William's troops in a fortress ••wen. i win overlooking her north-eastern troutier a standing menace to her security; and France, moreover, ..."
3. Gatherings from an Artist's Portfolio by James Edward Freeman (1877)
"Never did appearances promise better sport ; never water bore a troutier look. My reel and rod seemed impatient to get at the fun, and I also was agitated ..."