Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as plouter.

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Examples

  • As I did not want to plowter about any more in the drizzle and the dark, I put my waterproof over the muzzle of one gun, and made a sort of wigwam with two or three rammers that I found, and lay along the tail of another gun, wondering where Vixen had got to, and where I might be.

    The Jungle Book

  • The sea was extremely little, but there went a hollow plowter round the base of it.

    David Balfour, a sequel to Kidnapped.

  • As I did not want to plowter about any more in the drizzle and the dark, I put my waterproof over the muzzle of one gun, and made a sort of wigwam with two or three rammers that I found, and

    The Jungle Book.

  • I'm gaun to plowter aboot a 'day an' see the toon.

    The Garret and the Garden

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