jotter

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jot +‎ -er

Noun[edit]

jotter (plural jotters)

  1. A memorandum book.
    • 1993, John Banville, Ghosts
      While he muttered over her jotter, a fat tongue-tip stuck in the corner of his mouth, she leaned against the bar and hummed a tune whiningly and made a great show of not looking in our direction.
  2. Someone who jots.

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jotter

  1. exercise book