Origin of merchant
Related formsmer·chant·like, adjectiveout·mer·chant, noun
Examples from the Web for merchant
The Daily Beast spoke to Merchant about the film, dating adventures, and the state of American television.Stephen Merchant Talks ‘Hello Ladies’ movie, the Nicole Kidman Cameo, and Legacy of ‘The Office’|Marlow Stern|November 22, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She could have auditioned to be the tavern wench or a faerie; instead, she signed on as a merchant, knitting chain-mail bikinis.Best Career Arc Ever: From Burlesque To Bartending|Anne Berry|September 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
A merchant from Latakia province pays each teacher the equivalent of $40 per month.Millions of Refugees from Syria’s War Are Clinging to Life In Toxic Conditions|Christopher Looney|April 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He decided that he would give up and return to the Merchant Marine.
In Shakespeare there are trials, in King Lear and The Merchant of Venice.
Yet the name of “merchant” and “tradesman” not unfrequently occurs in the descriptions of borough p. 82voters.Recollections of Old Liverpool|A Nonagenarian
Two other foreigners, an English artist and a merchant from Amsterdam, 326joined our party.Narrative of the Circumnavigation of the Globe by the Austrian Frigate Novara, Volume II|Karl Ritter von Scherzer
I was bound for Liverpool, where my father, a West India merchant, now resided.The African Trader|W. H. G. Kingston
This new principle of international law related to the rights of merchant vessels belonging to neutral powers in time of war.The American Revolution|John Fiske
Here Flucker came up to her, and told her there was a Leith merchant looking for her.Christie Johnstone|Charles Reade
British Dictionary definitions for merchant (1 of 2)
- of the merchant navya merchant sailor
- of or concerned with tradea merchant ship