Definition for coulter (2 of 3)
Definition for coulter (3 of 3)
Origin of colter
Examples from the Web for coulter
"He's too good for MSNBC," Coulter emailed The Daily Beast after Baldwin's termination.Heads Roll in TV Land: Lara Logan & Alec Baldwin Punished|Lloyd Grove|November 26, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Make no mistake, Coulter and Baldwin normally have no use for each other.
In the age of gridlock and polarization, this is a moment to be celebrated—Coulter and Baldwin in perfect harmony!
Instead, Coulter gouged a string of fellow conservatives, leaving Hannity struggling to get a word in edgewise.
That said, you have to give Coulter props for knowing how to hawk a book.
She is a red-hot Secessionist, as they all are, except Coulter himself, but she is a good wife and high-bred lady.
There was trouble—I don't know the exact nature of it—something about Coulter's wife.
You were going to eat your head if the name of Coulter was on the bottom of this basket, remember.Carl and the Cotton Gin|Sara Ware Bassett
Both Coulter and Paxton fell upon the bully together and punished him severely.The Mystery at Putnam Hall|Arthur M. Winfield
They soon made their way to where Baxter and Coulter had taken themselves, and the toady gave a peculiar whistle.The Putnam Hall Rivals|Arthur M. Winfield
British Dictionary definitions for coulter (1 of 2)
Word Origin for coulter
British Dictionary definitions for coulter (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for coulter
Old English culter, from Latin culter "a knife, iron blade in a plowshare," from PIE root *(s)kel- "to cut" (see scale (n.1)). As a surname (13c.), probably from Coulter in Lancashire.