importer

[ verb im-pawrt, -pohrt; noun im-pawrt, -pohrt ]SEE DEFINITION OF importer

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Should an importer miss this opportunity of acquiring most desirable cotton?

The government cannot interfere to enforce delivery of the goods to the importer.

In his rounds he encountered Julian Hernandez, the persevering Bible importer.

He knows quite as much Latin as is required, in an importer of wines.

The importer naturally is eager to sample the newly arrived coffee.

He was abroad, in Portugal, in the service of a Bristol merchant, an importer of wines.

Parkinson was importer of silk goods prior to 1837, and failed.

The importer laughed, and reminded him of their previous conversation.

The Woodville, so called from the name of the importer, are held in the greatest estimation.

The importer is the free agent; the person imported is not a free agent.