drysalter

[drahy-sawl-ter]

Origin of drysalter

First recorded in 1700–10; dry + salter
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drysalter

noun
  1. obsolete a dealer in certain chemical products, such as dyestuffs and gums, and in dried, tinned, or salted foods and edible oils
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