merchant[ mur-chuh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF merchant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MERCHANT
Among the passengers was a stout, good-looking man, a New York merchant.
He has the soul of a merchant tailor, actually, but not the tailor's manhood.
"You must have been born under a lucky star, Robert," said the merchant.
"This is my address," said the merchant, writing it in pencil, and handing it to Robert.
It traded with all the world and offered a safe home to the merchant and to the artisan.
He had travelled, and had been a merchant's clerk in Paris and London.
Until now there's a man that can squeeze and ruin me any day, and that's Merchant.
Commerce follows the flag only when the flag flies on merchant ships.
The consul then saw the Dutch merchant, and the matter was arranged between them.
"I am a merchant, with friends of my own at Granada," answered Castell.