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Noun: putter  pû-tu(r)
  1. A golfer who is putting
  2. The iron normally used on the putting green
    - putting iron
Verb: putter  pû-tu(r)
Usage: N. Amer (elsewhere: potter)
  1. Spend time in a relaxing way doing small tasks as one feels like it
    "The old lady is puttering around in the garden";
    - potter [Brit]
  2. Do random, unplanned work, activities or spend time idly
    "The old lady is usually puttering in her little house";
    - mess around, potter [Brit], tinker, monkey around [informal], muck about [Brit, informal], muck around [Brit, informal]
  3. Move around aimlessly
    - potter [Brit], potter around [Brit], putter around [N. Amer]

Derived forms: puttered, putters, puttering

Type of: busy, golf player, golfer, iron, linksman, move, occupy, work

Encyclopedia: Putter