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Synonyms for gutter

Synonyms for gutter

misfortune resulting in lost effort or money

a worker who guts things (fish or buildings or cars etc

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a tool for gutting fish

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burn unsteadily, feebly, or low

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flow in small streams

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wear or cut gutters into

provide with gutters

References in classic literature ?
Here, by the light of a guttering and blackened candle, he could barely discern the schoolmaster, fast asleep on a bench in a remote corner.
They were just at the steps when a big drop fell splashing on the edge of the iron guttering.
The wretched candle burns down; the woman takes its expiring end between her fingers, lights another at it, crams the guttering frying morsel deep into the candlestick, and rams it home with the new candle, as if she were loading some ill-savoured and unseemly weapon of witchcraft; the new candle in its turn burns down; and still he lies insensible.
It was strongly relieved against the darkness outside by the glare of the guttering candles.
Lightwood, Boots, and Brewer, flutter like moths around that yellow wax candle-- guttering down, and with some hint of a winding-sheet in it--Lady Tippins.
While plastic guttering is usually a better option, if you live in a listed building and it has metal guttering, you'll probably have to replace it like for like - consult your local council's conservation office first.
To fix this, squeeze out the seal from between the two sections of guttering, clean off the area and replace the seal, before clipping the sections back in place.
AUTUMN'S here and it's only a matter of time before the trees start to shed their leaves, so check over your home's guttering now to prevent problems later.
Seeing as summer this year is turning into a bit of a washout, it could be the perfect time to clean out the guttering, along with the downspouts and drainpipes that form part of the same system for draining water away from the roof of a house.
Guttering protects your home's exterior walls from rain by channelling it from the roof to a drain in the ground via the horizontal gutter and vertical downpipes.
Checking and repairing guttering and downpipes often involves working on a ladder.