from The Century Dictionary.
- noun Same as
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun obsolete A chart of a course, esp. at sea.
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- noun obsolete A
chartof a course, especially at sea.
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We agreed on the price, which was a couple of dollars, and we followed José for about an hour on an even ruttier dirt road out into the absolute middle of nowhere.
He particularly describes it in the manuscript just cited, which Hakluyt had before him, as the ruttier of Alfonse which he publishes is found in that manuscript.
It is found in the cosmography in connection with the ruttier before mentioned
You ask him to show you the chart of it, now, and see if he don’t tell you over the ruttier as well as Drake himself.”
You ask him to show you the chart of it, now, and see if he don't tell you over the ruttier as well as Drake himself. "