- a long, stout fishing line with several hooks attached.
Origin of boulter
First recorded in 1595–1605; origin uncertain
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Examples from the Web for boulter
He would go to Jobling and Boulter and put the matter in their hands.The Forsyte Saga, Complete
But once past Boulter's Lock, the scenery improves with every hundred yards.The Thames
G. E. Mitton
Released once on promising to enter the army, he, like Boulter, deserted.The Great North Road: York to Edinburgh
Charles G. Harper
Davy, arriving home at nine o'clock from the Boulter place, explained why.
We had tea at Milty's at four and I think Mrs. Boulter is real mean.