from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In a paper-machine, a cylinder about which an endless felt moves.
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The road by which we were now travelling was what is called in India a cutcher-road, which means unmetalled.
It is a pity that Government should spend so much in macadamizing roads, when cutcher-roads answer just as well for all the wants of native traffic.
The whole way to the frontier of Nepaul we travelled along a cutcher-road, accompanied by a train of at least a hundred hackerys, without the slightest inconvenience; and until the style of cart at present used by the natives becomes wonderfully improved, this road may well be used, except of course during the rains.
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