- a person who makes, sells, or repairs knives and other cutting instruments.
Origin of cutler
- Manasseh,1742–1823, U.S. Congregational clergyman and scientist: promoted settlement of Ohio; congressman 1801–05.
Examples from the Web for cutler
Contemporary Examples of cutler
LePage owed his election in 2010 to a split opposition, as he won a tight three-way race over Cutler and Democrat Libby Mitchell.Republican Wave Carries Maine Governor Paul LePage to Victory
November 5, 2014
Cutler dismissed these Democratic hopes and told The Daily Beast he was relaxed about his chances.Could Maine Re-Elect Its Wingnut Governor Paul LePage?
August 21, 2014
The Campaign for Maine PAC has spent $125,000 so far on local TV ads supporting Cutler.
For weeks, Don has been mobilizing his troops—Harry, Pete, and Peggy—for a fight with Cutler.Mad Men’s Game-Changing Midseason Finale, “Waterloo”: One Door Closes, Another Opens
May 26, 2014
Both Cutler and Gruber emailed their support for Ryan- and Rivlin-style vouchers to the Simpson-Bowles Commission.D.C. Elites Agree on Medicare RX: Cuts for Thee, but Not for Me
March 17, 2013
Historical Examples of cutler
Mrs. Cutler gave a full and appreciative review of Mrs. Gage's life.
Giles Tilleman, a cutler of Brussels, was a man of great humanity and piety.Fox's Book of Martyrs
They both started as if guiltily, and Cutler said sharply: "To hurt whom?"The Wisdom of Father Brown
G. K. Chesterton
On the same occasion a cutler was dealt with after a similar fashion.German Culture Past and Present
Ernest Belfort Bax
That bachelor friend of Mr. Robert, a Mr. Cutler, was married last night.Torchy and Vee
- a person who makes or sells cutlery
Word Origin for cutler
Word Origin and History for cutler
c.1400, from Old French coutelier (12c., Modern French coutelier) "knife-maker," from Latin cultellarius, from cultellus "knife" (see cutlass).