adjective, tart·er, tart·est.
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Origin of tart1
OTHER WORDS FROM tarttart·ish, adjectivetart·ish·ly, adverbtart·ly, adverbtart·ness, noun
Examples from the Web for tarter
It was the drying up of her income which made her Tartar—we beg pardon, tarter and bonier than ever.The Countess of Charny|Alexandre Dumas (pere)
The finger-nails should be kept cut, and the teeth should be cleaned every morning, and kept clear from tarter.Searchlights on Health|B. G. Jefferis and J. L. Nichols
I gave the woman a dose of creme of tarter and flour of Sulphur, and the man Some eye water.The Journals of Lewis and Clark|Meriwether Lewis and William Clark
This fantastical folly was in all degrees, from the courtier down to the tarter.The Complete Essays of C. D. Warner|Charles Dudley Warner
He saw heed caught a Tarter, in fact, a regular Tarter emetic, and he slunk away rather sudden.