What is potter?

  • (verb): Work lightly.
    Synonyms: putter
    See also — Additional definitions below

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More definitions of "potter":

  • (noun): A craftsman who shapes pottery on a potter's wheel and bakes them it a kiln.
    Synonyms: thrower, ceramicist, ceramist

Famous quotes containing the word potter:

    What happiness did poor Mother’s studies bring her? It is the melancholy tendency of such studies to separate people from their friends and neighbors and fellow creatures in whom alone lies one’s happiness.
    —Mary Potter Playne (c. 1850–?)

    At present I feel like a caged animal, bound up by the luxury, comfort and respectability of my position. I can’t get the training that I want without neglecting my duty.
    —Beatrice Potter Webb (1858–1943)

    I think if she lived in
    A little shoe-house—
    That little old woman was
    Surely a mouse!
    —Beatrix Potter (1866–1943)