American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that makes or sells clothing or cloth.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A maker or seller of cloth or of clothes; specifically, a dealer in ready-made clothing.
- n. A fuller.
- n. a person who makes or sells cloth or clothing
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who makes cloths; one who dresses or fulls cloth.
- n. One who sells cloth or clothes, or who makes and sells clothes.
- n. a merchant who sells men's clothing
“One men's clothier is sick and tired of men cutting back on buying suits because of the economy — so they're promising to refund a portion of the money you spent on the suit if you lose your job.”
“-- As you say, that my clothier, that is to get so much by the purchase, should refuse to put me in possession; did you ever know any man's tradesman serve him so before?”
“He kept it going for 10 years," recalls clothier Harry Rosen.”
“Men's upscale clothier Hickey Freeman is the launch sponsor.”
“Talbots, which has been trying to transform its image from a stodgy women's clothier to a more trendy destination, has had erratic success in recent quarters.”
“The clothier has introduced all its eight store concepts in China, and is set to open 130 stores there this year, roughly 27% of its total store openings.”
“After many years of NOT being in print, US clothier Abercrombie & Fitch has announced today that their famed (or infamous) A&F Quarterly catalog will, once again, be available for purchase in A&F stores beginning on July 17, 2010.”
“Talbots, which has been trying to transform its image from a stodgy women's clothier to a more trendy destination, had seen its bottom line improve in recent quarters, helped by better margins.”
“Turns out he was a manager at a designer clothier, Ermenegildo Zegna ...”
“Urban Outfitters, the American clothier with stores in a dozen cities around the UK, has been attacked for advertising a nine-month unpaid internship in their merchandising department for people who are "hardworking, organised and able to multi-task".”
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