Origin of critter
Examples from the Web for critter
I hain't got a critter that won't come up by its name an' lick my hand.Glimpses of Three Coasts|Helen Hunt Jackson
The critter really seemed tu have took a notion tu you, and marm.
Tall, spindlin' critter, sails cook for Zoeth and me at the house down home.Mary-'Gusta|Joseph C. Lincoln
To see the critter's face when he lifts the latch, to let me in—he can just reach it, and very proud he is to be so tall.Contraband|G. J. Whyte-Melville
I raly thought the critter would a jumped out of her skin she was so awful mad.
British Dictionary definitions for critter
Word Origin and History for critter
1815, dialectal or humorous pronunciation of creature.