noun Chiefly British.
Also especially British, ply·er.
Origin of plier
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Brocas of forty-three oaths, (on the information of a plyer for weddings there,) for which a warrant was granted to levy 4l.
a person who plies a trade
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"one who folds," 1670s, agent noun from ply (v.).
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