plowter

plowter

(ˈplaʊtər) or

plouter

vb (intr)
1. to work or play in water or mud; dabble
2. to potter
n
the act of plowtering
[C19: of uncertain origin]

plowter


Past participle: plowtered
Gerund: plowtering

Imperative
plowter
plowter
Present
I plowter
you plowter
he/she/it plowters
we plowter
you plowter
they plowter
Preterite
I plowtered
you plowtered
he/she/it plowtered
we plowtered
you plowtered
they plowtered
Present Continuous
I am plowtering
you are plowtering
he/she/it is plowtering
we are plowtering
you are plowtering
they are plowtering
Present Perfect
I have plowtered
you have plowtered
he/she/it has plowtered
we have plowtered
you have plowtered
they have plowtered
Past Continuous
I was plowtering
you were plowtering
he/she/it was plowtering
we were plowtering
you were plowtering
they were plowtering
Past Perfect
I had plowtered
you had plowtered
he/she/it had plowtered
we had plowtered
you had plowtered
they had plowtered
Future
I will plowter
you will plowter
he/she/it will plowter
we will plowter
you will plowter
they will plowter
Future Perfect
I will have plowtered
you will have plowtered
he/she/it will have plowtered
we will have plowtered
you will have plowtered
they will have plowtered
Future Continuous
I will be plowtering
you will be plowtering
he/she/it will be plowtering
we will be plowtering
you will be plowtering
they will be plowtering
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been plowtering
you have been plowtering
he/she/it has been plowtering
we have been plowtering
you have been plowtering
they have been plowtering
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been plowtering
you will have been plowtering
he/she/it will have been plowtering
we will have been plowtering
you will have been plowtering
they will have been plowtering
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been plowtering
you had been plowtering
he/she/it had been plowtering
we had been plowtering
you had been plowtering
they had been plowtering
Conditional
I would plowter
you would plowter
he/she/it would plowter
we would plowter
you would plowter
they would plowter
Past Conditional
I would have plowtered
you would have plowtered
he/she/it would have plowtered
we would have plowtered
you would have plowtered
they would have plowtered
References in classic literature ?
As I did not want to plowter about any more in the drizzle and the dark, I put my waterproof over the muzzle of one gun, and made a sort of wigwam with two or three rammers that I found, and lay along the tail of another gun, wondering where Vixen had got to, and where I might be.
And that's not just a tiny tootle outside the safety zone of out of town retail parks, but a serious plowter over Cairn o' Mount.
The bike's "only" a 750 and the compact number is agile without any vices to mar the sublime joys of a rapid country plowter.