- a bookseller.
- a publisher.
Origin of stationer
Examples from the Web for stationer
My wife's brother, Mr. Christopher Plaskwith, is a bookseller and stationer with pretty practice, in R——.Night and Morning, Complete|Edward Bulwer-Lytton
We reached Blandford Street; and after a little looking about, he paused before a stationer's shop, and then went in.Michael Faraday|Walter Jerrold
The titlepage to 'Poetaster' bears the stationer's as well as printer's name.
At any stationer's, you can buy a small pocket-map of the city, folded in a little morocco case.
Paul E. Hearns, stationer and newsdealer at Pullman, was the next witness.The Pullman Boycott|W. F. Burns
British Dictionary definitions for stationer
Word Origin for stationer
Word Origin and History for stationer
"bookdealer, seller of books and paper," early 14c. (late 13c. as a surname), from Medieval Latin stationarius "stationary seller," from Latin stationem (nominative statio) "station" (see station).