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drysalter

noun dry·salt·er \ˈdrī-ˌsl-tər\

Definition of DRYSALTER

British
:  a dealer in crude dry chemicals and dyes
dry·salt·ery \-tə-rē\ noun, British

First Known Use of DRYSALTER

1707

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April 19, 2015
desiccate Hear it
to dry up or become dried up
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