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Definition of "rutter" []

  • A thing that ruts. (noun)
  • A tool used in peat cutting. (noun)
  • A guide who leads the way through a difficult or unknown course. (noun)
  • A pilot book or seaman's guide carried by navigators in the Middle Ages; a precursor to the modern navigation chart. (noun)

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Use "rutter" in a sentence
  • "That breathtaking span is one reason the Norton Anthology feels less like a book and more like a magic carpet ride through time and space, with Stavans 'hand on the rutter, introducing every author with a crisply written biography, explaining every political and cultural reference with an ongoing series of footnotes."
  • "After watching that trailer I'm convinced I've watched the whole film. phil rutter this looks like the standard friday night multiplex schlock."
  • "I was eating some almond rutter nut butter with a smidgeon of local honey and hence asking."