noun, plural doua·niers [dwa-nyey] /dwaˈnyeɪ/. French.
Examples from the Web for douanier
In all these shifts and changes the douanier farce was carefully gone through.A Day's Tour|Percy Fitzgerald
As he spoke, a douanier lounged out of his little whitewashed lair, and asked for that which Terry had just said he had not.
The douanier gave us up as hopeless, with a resigned shrug of his shoulders.
"Nothing, no gendarme's helmet, no douanier's cap," whispered M. Ulrich.The Children of Alsace|Ren Bazin
Don Sinibaldo, however, attributes this removal to the exactions of the Portuguese douanier.A Vindication of England's Policy with Regard to the Opium Trade|Charles Reginald Haines