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clothier

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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clothiercloth‧i‧er /ˈkləʊðiə $ ˈkloʊðiər/ noun [countable] old-fashioned  BOCLOTHESsomeone who makes or sells men’s clothes or material for clothes
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clothierSpring's vast fortune comprised upwards of 40 percent of the combined assets of the Babergh clothiers.In 1758 Essex clothiers similarly added to both the length and width of the expected piece.They leased the mill and its house to a reputable family of clothiers named Horton.The rich clothiers of Suffolk were unique, not matched even in the contiguous parts of Essex.Obviously some clothiers fared better than others for there were quite a large number of bankruptcies between 1800 and 1840.Wiltshire fulling mills were nearly all controlled by the clothiers.The clothier doesn't serve consumers in general, it caters to its own customer base.A John Webb, clothier, died in 1736 and was probably her husband.
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