When they had anchored on the Tuesday afternoon they had, of course, thrown out the boulter with the anchor.
But once past boulter's Lock, the scenery improves with every hundred yards.
It is à propos to record here the revenge Swift took on boulter for the accusation of inflaming the people.
Davy, arriving home at nine o'clock from the boulter place, explained why.
This means literally: 'Riven as a blacksmith rives a sieve or boulter.'
We had tea at Milty's at four and I think Mrs. boulter is real mean.
Archbishop boulter had, for a long time, been much concerned about the want of small silver in Ireland.
See "boulter's Letters" on this subject of the English rule.
Then let it run through a boulter, and put a little Orange flower-water to it, and sliced bread; and so serve it up cold.
Uncle Jim was removing old bait from the boulter; he stopped and scratched his head.