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mercer dealer in silks and other textiles. XIII. — AN. mercer, (O)F. mercier :- Rom. *merciārius, f. L. merx, merc- MERCHANDISE; see -ER2.
So mercery XIII. — (O)F. mercerie.

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mercer

merceranorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, curiosa, Formosa, grocer, samosa, Via Dolorosa •coaxer, hoaxer •greengrocer •rejoicer, voicer •Abu Musa, Appaloosa, babirusa, inducer, introducer, juicer, producer, reducer, rusa, seducer, sprucer, traducer •discusser, fusser, trusser •propulsor, Tulsa, ulcer •oncer • conveyancer • piercer •influencer • Odense • balancer •silencer • grimacer • trespasser •harasser • remembrancer •licenser, licensor •traverser • canvasser • sequencer •bursar, converser, curser, cursor, disburser, mercer, purser, rehearser, reverser, vice versa

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