- bank-and-turn indicator,
- banker's acceptance,
- banker's bill,
- banker's check,
- banker's order,
Origin of banker1
Origin of banker2
Origin of banker3
Examples from the Web for banker
In 1903, he married Hortense Mitchell, the daughter of a Chicago banker.
One of their collectors was the New York banker, Robert Lehman.
She said she had been single since a relationship ended two-and-a-half years before with [banker and socialite] Orin Lehman.
The question is whether the banker, after lagging in the polls for months, can pull off a surprise win in the home stretch.The Banker Sneaking Up on the Republicans Running for Senate in Nebraska|Ben Jacobs|May 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“The teller told me my account had been closed and do I want to see a banker,” says Benton.
It is to a business friend of mine, a banker, in Montreal, Mr. James Ritchie.Corporal Cameron|Ralph Connor
"We have the exact type you describe here at this moment now," said the banker.One Of Them|Charles James Lever
The “Dolphin” became his banker, and took very particular care of his money.Follow My leader|Talbot Baines Reed
In the eye of the banker, and of the customer, and of the law, it is a deposit.A Simple Explanation of Modern Banking Customs|Humphrey Robinson
Integrity and fair dealing have marked his whole career as lawyer, commissioner, banker, and railroad manager.
"keeper of a bank," 1530s, agent noun formed from bank (n.1), possibly modeled on French banquier (16c.).