Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of jotter.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Then the homework check, the jotters piled on the desk, those missing theirs berated in thick country insults.

    schoolyard soccer

  • Also, the first girl I kissed (sweet mustard breath) would endlessly draw Snoopy on her jotters.

    The readers' room: What you thought of G2 this week . . .

  • Schoolbooks, jotters, sheets of music and road safety leaflets litter the hall floor while a single doll – its face blackened and cracked – lies on a cot inside one classroom.

    Chernobyl 25 years on: a poisoned landscape

  • When I use scrappy jotters, they tend to collect scrappy thoughts.

    This column will change your life: Note-taking

  • Your headline writer ought to get his/her bloody jotters.

    Public to choose policies as coalition gets the X Factor

  • Not only had he been very curtly given his jotters from The Saltire - where he had taken a full-time contract as part of his undercover research into the behaviour of normal, responsible adults - but apart from a few Rangers fanzines, there wouldn't be many publications keen on accepting contributions from a man who'd served time for burgling the offices of the Glasgow Catholic archdiocese.

    It's October, 1956.

  • We handed out the goodies to each child; a UNICEF bag containing two jotters, a couple of pencils, a ruler and a pencil sharpener.

    Long Way Down

  • She ordered the petit-dejeuner complet - juice, baguette with butter and jelly, pastries and cafe au lait - then pulled out her notebook, a replica of Hemingway's famous moleskin jotters.

    Sepulchre

  • Looking through my various story-filled jotters I also see that I corrected my friends 'grammer throughout, like a geek.

    Re-discovering the old me and the art of story writing

  • In class, 10-year-olds have BNP and racist jargon scrawled on the covers of their jotters and racist language is a norm, according to Steve*, 38, another Halifax supply teacher.

    Lessons in hatred

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