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noun as in one who collects accounts

noun as in one who collects specimens

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Jay Z, Leonardo DiCaprio (also in Miami, sighted leaving a club with 20 women), and Owen Wilson are all dedicated art collectors.

Until scholars and collectors stop buying, antiquities dealers have no incentive to stop selling.

One of their collectors was the New York banker, Robert Lehman.

In our new series, The Collectors Project, we will profile these fascinating individuals of varying passions.

And would-be collectors like Henry Stephenson continue to distort the cultural record in their hunt for hidden treasures.

Our perquisites as revenue collectors yielded a handsome income, and we lived happy and tranquilly.

The great reason for this was the want of punctuality in the payment of rates and taxes, and the partiality shown by collectors.

If there was any unfairness in collectors it should be inquired into; they were not appointed by the crown.

Collectors of lepidoptera rose in shoals to the printed offer of luna moths measuring ten and eleven inches across the wings.

But why, in the name of all that's unheard of, should collectors come bothering me about luna moths?


On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to collectors, such as: representative, collection agency, collection agent, customs official, and revenue agent.

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