- n. Plural form of ratter.
“This, despite the fact that in all our modernity, we've mostly "aged out" of keeping pets as ratters, hunters and defenders among other survival-based uses.”
“Things just go better with dogs: Terriers and hounds, herders and retrievers, pointers and ratters, even three-legged mutts and one-eyed jacks.”
“I guess any good castle-based fantasy has its rough coated hunting hounds lying around the fireplace, but what the herding dogs, the search & rescue dogs, the ratters, the dogs that go bark-bark-bark when you approach their door?”
“Cats were ratters or mousers inside of the home, and women traditionally worked inside of the home," says animal expert Andrea Arden, who appears on Animal Planet's Cats 101.”
“Why, three of the little chaps work for me -- they make great ratters, but they're a bit surly at times.”
“Wuz just bebbeh black snake, gramma called em ratters dunno what that meenz.”
“May 9, 2008 at 4:01 pm tinks “ratters” iz snaiks dat killz an eates rats.”
“All of that does make it difficult to place poison designated for rodents in strategic places around the yard, but fortunately Beto and his delinquent pal Goodman are fairly good ratters.”
“Profits per week, especially initially before people became aware of the ability to sell the comparatively low-value loot they were currently leaving to decay in the cans many ratters only looted the top-end items they found, because the time to haul the rest to storage and then the market was more effectively spent shooting more rats for the bounties.”
“The settlers had a few cats brought on Sirius, but they were greatly prized as pets and ratters and did not need to wander this far in search of food.”
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