cutler


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cutler

a person who makes or sells cutlery
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Cutler, the British officer, was pachydermatous to ideas, but punctilious about behaviour.
She went across to Captain Cutler and said in her sweetest manner: "I shall value all these flowers, because they must be your favourite flowers.
Cutler had indeed risen stiffly and suddenly, and walked towards the door, hatless, as if at a word of command.
And before he could possibly find that weapon or any other, a brisk running of feet broke upon the pavement outside, and the square face of Cutler was thrust into the same doorway.
At this the other two men dropped their quarrel and darted after him, Cutler calling out: "What are you doing?
"Drink isn't good enough for me," replied Cutler, "but I'll have blood for this before I die.
Father Brown instantly ran across to him, taking no notice of Cutler and the colossal actor, though the room already rang with their blows and they began to struggle for the dagger.
They treated Cutler with a certain solemn attention, and pointed out that he had got a slight slash on the hand.
"Looks a cannibal sort of chap, don't he?" said the constable confidentially to Cutler.
Cutler made no answer, but said sharply a moment after: "We must attend to the...the death..." and his voice escaped from articulation.
The silence was first broken by Cutler, who seemed not untouched by a rough tenderness.
They both started as if guiltily, and Cutler said sharply: "To hurt whom?"