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cutler

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcutlercut‧ler /ˈkʌtlə $ -ər/ noun [countable] old-fashioned 🔊 🔊 BBTsomeone who makes or sells cutlery
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cutlerMaude Philpott, daughter of a cutler, solemnly betrothed to the young Cranston.Also patron of cooks, cutlers, glaziers, restaurateurs, and Sri Lanka.Rather more skilled crafts, such as fullers, shearmen, cutlers, painters and butchers, were around the £10 mark.Among the artisans who contributed to Aarau's fame in medieval times were the gunsmiths, swordsmiths, cutlers and bell-founders.The cutlers rioted against the system in 1756.
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