- nuts and bolts,
- nuts and bolts, the,
- nutting, wallace,
- nutty as a fruitcake,
Origin of nutter
Examples from the Web for nutter
“Your loss is our loss and we are in this together,” Nutter said.
The familiar was still invisible to Mistress Nutter, but a slight sound made her aware of his presence.
Their Nutter is quite the best vegetable cooking fat on the market, and makes excellent pastry.Food Remedies|Florence Daniel
While he quitted the hall for this purpose, Mistress Nutter entered it.
"one who gathers nuts," late 15c., from nut + -er (1). Meaning "crazy person" is British slang, 1958, from nut + -er (3). Nuttery "mental hospital" is attested from 1931; earlier it meant "place for storing nuts" (1881).