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salter

[ sawl-ter ]

noun

  1. a person who makes or sells salt.
  2. a person who salts salt meat, fish, etc.


salter

/ ˈsɔːltə /

noun

  1. a person who deals in or manufactures salt
  2. a person who treats meat, fish, etc, with salt


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Word History and Origins

Origin of salter1

before 1000; Middle English; Old English sealtere saltmaker. See salt 1, -er 1
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Example Sentences

Now Steven Salter is leading the charge to right that wrong.

But no one has done more than Steven Salter to right this wrong.

Editor's Note: A previous verison of said Salter was from Illinois, not Michigan.

No word yet from Karp as to whether Salter was being too hard on himself.

For now, Salter is keeping mum, at the request of Simon & Schuster editor Jonathan Karp.

The inflamed Ned and the blazing dry-salter met in mortal conflict, and the result was tremendous!

A Miss Salter, whose parents proved large-minded enough to overlook the glaring fact of the shop, was a fairly frequent visitor.

I saw one on Mirage Plains that is salter than its greater fellow.

Sir Hans Sloane contributed of his own collection some of the refuse gimcracks that were to be found in Salter's "museum."

The time to catch your Dry-Salter in angelic mood is the day after the semi-annual banquet.

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