Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Rude, like a carter, or like a carter's occupation.

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Examples

  • David into a carterly metre, "thinking thereby," says Anthony à Wood, in his delightfully colloquial fashion, "that the courtiers would sing them instead of their sonnets, but did not, only some few excepted."

    Milton

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