[ murk, murs ]
/ mɜrk, mɜrs /
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a mercenary soldier.
verb (used with object)
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How to use merc in a sentence
Nam Offa infra suum primum annum eum aufugavit, qui 39 annis regnum Merc et populum postea gubernavit.
Beornred in regnum Merc tanquam hres legitimus dicto regi Ethelbaldo successit, brevi tamen tempore illud regens.
One from her old editor at the Merc asking if she was available for comment about “the news.”Makers|Cory Doctorow
In my experience I have found that this medicine is a complementary and antidote to Merc.