from The Century Dictionary.
- noun The business of a merchant.
- noun The body of merchants taken collectively: as, the merchantry of a country.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun The body of merchants taken collectively.
- noun The business of a merchant; merchandise.
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- noun dated The body of
- noun dated The
businessof a merchant; merchandise.
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Depending upon who they get to go out and rebut, they could end up doing real damage to Corsi and his slime-merchantry.
The original plan of the merchantry comprehended the erection of the jail in close proximity to the home of its chief official, but Mr. Crow put his foot flatly and ponderously upon the scheme.
Wish human wit, which is really very considerable in mechanics and merchantry, could devise some method of cultivating canes and making sugar without the manual labour of the human "species.