American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that manufactures or sells salt.
- n. One that treats meat, fish, or other foods with salt.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who makes, sells, or deals in salt.
- n. A drysalter. The incorporated salters, or drysalters, of London form one of the city livery companies.
- n. One who salts meat or fish. The salter in a fishing-vessel receives the fish from the splitter, strews salt on them, and stows them away in compact layers with the skin down.
- n. A trout about leaving salt water to ascend a stream.
- n. One who makes, sells, or applies salt.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who makes, sells, or applies salt; one who salts meat or fish.
- n. someone who uses salt to preserve meat or fish or other foods
- n. someone who makes or deals in salt
“You've been risking your life and that pretty pink English skin of yours for one of the most worthless men in British Columbia; he's been a cattle rustler, a 'salter' of gold mines, and everything that is discreditable; it makes me indignant.”
“Apparently a wealthy citizen and "salter" of London.”
“a 'salter' of gold mines, and everything that is discreditable; it makes me indignant.”
“Grace said ... first of all, i'm a notorious over-salter. not for myself -- i crave the stuff -- but other people say it's too much. moving on to more important things, this is a sensational dish! it would certainly soothe a person's body and spirit.”
“The Tea Party folks seem to have a lot of racists and haters in their ranks. noreen salter”
“A blockbuster proposed the other night: A vivacious young salter and her plight.”
“In 1523, the king gave her a silver cup, Wolsey sent her a gold salter, and the countess of Devonshire gave her a gold cross. 54 In 1524, the same countess gave her a silver gilt image of the Virgin, Wolsey gave her a saucer of gold, and the Duke of Norfolk sent her a silver cup. 55”
“I substituted Pecrino, which might have been a tad sharper and salter than Manchego, but still had the good muskiness of a sheep's milk cheese.”
“You're Welcome America" is a ribald wound-salter and, in terms of the Bush legacy, everything”
“I think this is the most likely explanation. salter made it up.”
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