[krit-er] /ˈkrɪt ər/

noun, Dialect.
a domesticated animal.
any creature.
(US & Canadian) a dialect word for creature

1815, dialectal or humorous pronunciation of creature.


An animal or person; cuss, customer: That dog is a nasty critter/ Jane’s a friendly old critter

[1815+; fr creature]


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