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rutter

[ruht-er] /ˈrʌt ər/
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Origin of rutter
1490-1500
1490-1500; variant of ruttier < Middle French routier, equivalent to route route + -ier -ier2
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  • Had rutter fired point-blank at him he could not have been more astounded.

    Kennedy Square F. Hopkinson Smith
  • rutter and Staples were a trifle ostentatious with their cheerfulness.

    Torchy As A Pa Sewell Ford
  • Do you know a young man by the name of rutter—slim man with dark hair and eyes?

    Kennedy Square F. Hopkinson Smith
  • Do you think either rutter or Staples gave me credit for that?

    Torchy As A Pa Sewell Ford
  • He had seen the same look on the elder rutter's face in a similar situation twenty years before.

    Kennedy Square F. Hopkinson Smith
  • A rutter should never be found guilty of anything that would degrade his name.

    Kennedy Square F. Hopkinson Smith
  • Mrs. rutter's hand dropped to her lap and a smile of intense relief passed over her face.

    Kennedy Square F. Hopkinson Smith
  • rutter's face hardened: "But you haven't got a dollar in the world to spare!"

    Kennedy Square F. Hopkinson Smith
  • I don't believe after that first rush across rutter Street, any one noticed us.

    The Sorcery Club Elliott O'Donnell

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