Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Also written cuitikins.

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Examples

  • ` ` Amen, amen, quo 'the Earl Marshall,' answered Oldbuck, as he exchanged his slippers for a pair of stout walking shoes, with _cutikins, _ as he called them, of black cloth.

    The Antiquary

  • On this the big ploughman, that wore a broad blue bonnet and corduroy cutikins, with a grey big-coat slit up behind in the manner I commonly made for laddies, gave his long whip a crack, and drove off to the eastward.

    The Life of Mansie Wauch Tailor in Dalkeith, written by himself

  • On this the big ploughman, that wore a broad blue bonnet and corduroys cutikins, with a grey big-coat slit up behind in the manner I commonly made for laddies, gave his long whip a crack, and drove off to the eastward.

    The Life of Mansie Wauch tailor in Dalkeith

  • "Amen, amen, quo 'the Earl Marshall," answered Oldbuck, as he exchanged his slippers for a pair of stout walking shoes, with _cutikins, _ as he called them, of black cloth.

    The Antiquary — Complete

  • "Amen, amen, quo 'the Earl Marshall," answered Oldbuck, as he exchanged his slippers for a pair of stout walking shoes, with _cutikins, _ as he called them, of black cloth.

    The Antiquary — Volume 01

  • Oldbuck, as he exchanged his slippers for a pair of stout walking shoes, with cutikins, as he called them, of black cloth.

    The Antiquary

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