discounter

[dis-koun-ter]
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noun

a person who discounts.
a person who operates a discount house or business.
Informal. a discount house.

Nearby words

  1. discount market,
  2. discount rate,
  3. discount store,
  4. discounted cash flow,
  5. discountenance,
  6. discourage,
  7. discouragement,
  8. discourse,
  9. discourse analysis,
  10. discourteous

Origin of discounter

First recorded in 1725–35; discount + -er1

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Examples from the Web for discounter

  • Mathews saw no more of the discounter or the cheque, the scoundrel entirely disappearing with the only proof in his pocket.

  • The discounter had fallen into the trap; he had thought that he had recognized the bankers signature.

  • The discounter is therefore a holder in due course, and he would be able to collect on the note.

    Commercial Law|Samuel Williston, Richard D. Currier, and Richard W. Hill
  • Out of temper, Mathews sent for the discounter, and he appeared with alacrity.