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Origin of potter2
OTHER WORDS FROM potterpot·ter·er, nounpot·ter·ing·ly, adverb
Other definitions for potter (3 of 3)
How to use potter in a sentence
That was when the Talbot County branch of the NAACP, led by Potter, first petitioned the county council to have the monument removed.
It’s not so much the existence of the monument that his group opposes, Potter said recently, but its location.
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.
The camp grew still, except for the rough and ready cook pottering about the fire, boiling buffalo-meat and mixing biscuit-dough.Raw Gold|Bertrand W. Sinclair
Look here: you're pottering about this country just now; just count how many houses you find with the name 'Hafod Unos.'Mushroom Town|Oliver Onions
Wollaston and I spent most of the afternoon pottering round and collecting seeds of plants of different kinds.Mount Everest the Reconnaissance, 1921|Charles Kenneth Howard-Bury
I left the pottering Cather to put ship-shape his cabin (as he now called it) for himself––a rainy-day occupation for aliens.The Cruise of the Shining Light|Norman Duncan
Midway of the main bridge a handful of French engineers were pottering away, rather leisurely, I thought, at some job or other.The Glory of The Coming|Irvin S. Cobb