Definition of Cutikins

1. cutikin [n] - See also: cutikin



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cutikins

cuticularization
cuticularized
cuticulas
cuticulin
cutie
cutie-pie
cutie-pies
cutie pie
cutie pies
cuties
cutified
cutifies
cutify
cutifying
cutikin
cutikins (current term)
cutin
cutinase
cutinases
cutinise
cutinised
cutinises
cutinising
cutinite
cutinites
cutinitic
cutinization
cutinize
cutinized
cutinizes

Literary usage of Cutikins

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1. Reliques of Ancient English Poetry: Consisting of Old Heroic Ballads, Songs by Thomas Percy (1866)
"In Scotland they are called cutikins, from cute, the aukle. —'Cokers: fishermen's boots.' (Littleton's Diction.) Cold bee, p. 247, was. ..."

2. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1889)
"[See cutikins.'] Rough-legged: an epithet applied to birds whose legs are clad with feathers. [Scotch. ..."

3. The Birds of Ohio: A Complete Scientific and Popular Description of the 320 by William Leon Dawson, Lynds Jones (1903)
"And all the time cutikins is carrying on an amiable conversation with his neighbor, interrupted and fragmentary to be sure, but he has all day to it— ..."

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