Origin of putter1
OTHER WORDS FROM putterput·ter·er, nounput·ter·ing·ly, adverb
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How to use putter in a sentence
When you’re looking down at Cobra’s King Supersport-35 putter, it appears fairly similar to other modern blade-style putters on the market.Cobra 3D-printed its limited-edition putter with stainless steel|Stan Horaczek|December 1, 2020|Popular-Science
Although there will be 50 non-company run Blockbusters puttering around for a while longer.‘This Is the End’ Is Last Blockbuster Rental Ever, Miley Cyrus Tweets About Pot Scandal|Culture Team|November 12, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Stop puttering around, sit down at your desk, and write out the speech or practice the sonata 100 times.
People—several of them bare-footed—were wearing flannel pajamas, puttering around in the chilly weather, preparing for bed.
Hicks was puttering around the fire, evidently cooking supper, and Gregory was moving the picket rope of his horse to fresh grass.Raw Gold|Bertrand W. Sinclair
I'm tired of puttering round in the sick room, and she's so much better now that she doesn't keep one on the jump.A Little Girl in Old Salem|Amanda Minnie Douglas
The school of tuna showed again, puttering and fiddling around, with great blue-and-green flashes caught by the sun.
It became manifest then that my knees were wabbling, my feet puttering around, my whole lower limbs shaking as if I had the palsy.
Peter Taylor, puttering in the front yard, greeted the visitors in his saturnine style.A Dream of Empire|William Henry Venable