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  • n. Agent noun of butter; one who butters.

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Examples

  • Yes, learning to be this talented an agent-butterer does take time, as well as quite a bit of work.

    Author! Author! » 2008 » December

  • Yes, being this talented an agent-butterer does take time, as well as quite a bit of work.

    Author! Author! » 2007 » November

  • “Corri is a butterer too, just for future reference.”

    Devlin’s Light

  • At that moment, however, the ponderous carriage of Monseigneur, with out-riders, both lay and clerical, came trampling up to the archway, and the Abbess hurried off to her own apartment to divest herself of her hunting-gear ere she received her guest; and the orders to one of the nuns to keep a watch on her niece were oddly mixed with those to the cook, confectioner, and butterer.

    The Chaplet of Pearls

  • You don't have to turn into a smarmy bread butterer, but you need to support company goals.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • You don’t have to turn into a smarmy bread butterer, but you need to support company goals.

    Kansas City Star: Front Page

  • Harriet Trussniffer, 42, sweat butterer, Davidson's Mains: "No, they should be out there looking for Madeline McCann.

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