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Puttered

ˈpʌt.ər

Meanings of Puttered:

verb

Occupy oneself in a desultory but pleasant way.

Usage examples:

I'm quite happy just to potter about by myself here
noun

A golf club designed for use in putting, typically with a flat-faced head.

Usage examples:

To use the long putter, place the top of the grip against your sternum with your left hand.

Puttering

ˈpʌt.ər

Meanings of Puttering:

verb

Occupy oneself in a desultory but pleasant way.

Usage examples:

I'm quite happy just to potter about by myself here
noun

A golf club designed for use in putting, typically with a flat-faced head.

Usage examples:

To use the long putter, place the top of the grip against your sternum with your left hand.

Meanings of Putters:

noun

Occupy oneself in a desultory but pleasant way.

Usage examples:

I'm quite happy just to potter about by myself here
verb

Move with or make a puttering sound.

Usage examples:

Barges puttered slowly through the water

Meanings of Putti:

noun

A representation of a naked child, especially a cherub or a cupid in renaissance art.

Usage examples:

Among the various bits and pieces we see in this corner are plaster casts of the heads and tiny win…

Puttied

ˈpʌti

Meanings of Puttied:

verb

Seal or cover (something) with putty.

Usage examples:

Give me a minute until i putty these windows in
noun

A soft, malleable greyish-yellow paste, made from ground chalk and raw linseed oil, that hardens after a few hours and is used for sealing glass in window frames and filling holes in wood.

Usage examples:

Countersink the screws so they can be covered with putty

Putties

ˈpʌti

Meanings of Putties:

noun

A soft, malleable greyish-yellow paste, made from ground chalk and raw linseed oil, that hardens after a few hours and is used for sealing glass in window frames and filling holes in wood.

Usage examples:

Countersink the screws so they can be covered with putty
verb

Seal or cover (something) with putty.

Usage examples:

Give me a minute until i putty these windows in

Meanings of Putting:

verb

Move to or place in a particular position.

Usage examples:

I put my hand out towards her
noun

A gentle stroke that hits a golf ball across the green towards the hole.

Usage examples:

He hit a four-iron to 20 ft and holed the putt

Present participle of put

Meanings of Putting-about:

phrasal verb

To tell a lot of people something that is not true

Usage examples:

[ + that ] i'd like to know who put the rumour around that i'm pregnant., someone's been putting it…

Meanings of Putting-back:

phrasal verb

To move something to a place or position it was in before

Usage examples:

Will you put the books back when you’re finished with them?

Meanings of Putting-in:

phrasal verb

To spend a lot of time or effort doing something

Usage examples:

If i put in some extra hours today, i can have some time off tomorrow., we've put a lot of time int…

Meanings of Putting-off:

adjective

Slightly unpleasant or worrying so that you do not want to get involved in any way

Usage examples:

He's slightly aggressive, which a lot of people find off-putting when they first meet him., what i …

Meanings of Putting-on:

idiom

To joke with someone by saying something that is hard for the person to believe

Usage examples:

"i hear joe’s quit his job." "you’re putting me on!", doctors put her on antibiotics after discover…

Meanings of Putting-together:

phrasal verb

To combine people or things, or organize something

Usage examples:

Put two and two together and you get four., she earns more than all three of us put together., afte…

Meanings of Putting-up:

collocation

If a child is put up for adoption, the authorities look for someone to legally and permanently take the child and raise them

Usage examples:

The baby girls were put up for adoption and were placed with their maternal grandmother., the mothe…

Putto

ˈpʊtəʊ

Meanings of Putto:

noun

A representation of a naked child, especially a cherub or a cupid in renaissance art.

Usage examples:

Among the various bits and pieces we see in this corner are plaster casts of the heads and tiny win…

Meanings of Puttock:

noun

A bird of prey, especially the red kite (milvus milvus) and the buzzard (buteo buteo).

Meanings of Puttoo:

noun

A woollen fabric typically made of the coarse overhair of the kashmir goat.

adjective

That is made of this fabric.

Putts

pʌt

Meanings of Putts:

verb

Try to hit a golf ball into the hole by striking it gently so that it rolls across the green.

Usage examples:

The man who can putt is a match for anyone
noun

A gentle stroke that hits a golf ball across the green towards the hole.

Usage examples:

He hit a four-iron to 20 ft and holed the putt

Meanings of Putty:

noun

A soft, malleable greyish-yellow paste, made from ground chalk and raw linseed oil, that hardens after a few hours and is used for sealing glass in window frames and filling holes in wood.

Usage examples:

Countersink the screws so they can be covered with putty
verb

Seal or cover (something) with putty.

Usage examples:

Give me a minute until i putty these windows in

Meanings of Puttying:

verb

Seal or cover (something) with putty.

Usage examples:

Give me a minute until i putty these windows in
noun

A soft, malleable greyish-yellow paste, made from ground chalk and raw linseed oil, that hardens after a few hours and is used for sealing glass in window frames and filling holes in wood.

Usage examples:

Countersink the screws so they can be covered with putty

Puttyroot

ˈpʌt.i ˌruːt

Meanings of Puttyroot:

noun

A type of orchid (= a plant with unusually shaped flowers) that grows in north america and has yellow flowers that are purple at the end, and a single leaf with thin pale stripes on it

Usage examples:

Putty root is found across the eastern us and canada from louisiana to quebec., finding an orchid i…

Meanings of Puture:

noun

The right of foresters to claim food, drink, and lodging (or the equivalent value in money) from the inhabitants of a forest for the maintenance of themselves, their attendants, and their animals; provisions claimed in this way, or the custom of providing them. also: a similar right of other officials to claim food, accommodation, etc., on an official circuit.

Puy

ˈpwiː ˌlen.təlz

Meanings of Puy:

noun

A small extinct volcanic cone in the auvergne, france.

Meanings of Puya:

noun

Any of numerous, often giant, terrestrial bromeliads constituting the genus puya, chiefly of dry regions of the andes, having rosettes of stiff, spiny leaves, and blue or yellow flowers borne singly or in spikes or racemes, and including p. raimondii, the largest known bromeliad. also (in form puya): the genus itself.

Meanings of Puzzle:

verb

Cause (someone) to feel confused because they cannot understand something.

Usage examples:

She was puzzled by the doctor's manner
noun

A game, toy, or problem designed to test ingenuity or knowledge.

Usage examples:

Those who solve this puzzle in the shortest time are eligible for awards

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