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paint·er1 / ˈpāntər/ • n. 1. an artist who paints pictures: a German landscape painter. 2. a person who paints buildings, walls, ceilings, and woodwork, esp. as a job. paint·er2 • n. a rope attached to the bow of a boat for making it fast. paint·er3 • n. another term for cougar.

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painter

painter2 rope to secure an anchor, etc. XV. contemp. with †paint vb. make fast with a rope, which is prob. a back-formation; of unkn. orig., but cf. OF. pentoir, penteur strong rope.

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painter

painter, animal: see puma.

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painter

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