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Definition for potter (2 of 3)
verb (used without object), noun Chiefly British.
Origin of potter2
OTHER WORDS FROM potterpot·ter·er, nounpot·ter·ing·ly, adverb
Definition for potter (3 of 3)
Example sentences from the Web for potter
That was when the Talbot County branch of the NAACP, led by Potter, first petitioned the county council to have the monument removed.Activists promise to continue fight against ‘Talbot Boys’ Confederate monument|Jonathan M. Pitts|January 20, 2021|Washington Post
The House adopted Potter’s resolution and set up an 11-man committee consisting of Democrats and anti-Hayes Republicans.Ted Cruz’s proposed election commission can only hurt the country|Stuart MacKay|January 6, 2021|Washington Post
Potter said that she thinks Outpost could expand into Chicago and Los Angeles next.
So a team led by Potter began reaching out to small pockets of the Infatuation’s newsletter subscribers to gauge their interest in different kinds of services, ranging from virtual classes to curated grocery boxes.
But only the old gardener was in sight, pottering about among the roses.Why Joan?|Eleanor Mercein Kelly
I could manage the little jobs that I'd get—in fact, pottering about at them would do me good.The Great Hunger|Johan Bojer
He carried the parcels into the next room, and the artist heard him pottering around and humming.Uncle William|Jennette Lee
Fancy the Giaour pottering about in his eightieth year, and boasting that he could read small print without spectacles!The Doctor's Wife|M. E. Braddon
Man is by all odds the most pottering, hem-and-hawing of animals.Psychology|Robert S. Woodworth