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grocer

noun gro·cer \ˈgrō-sər, -shər\

: a person who sells food and other supplies for people's houses

Full Definition of GROCER

:  a dealer in staple foodstuffs, meats, produce, and dairy products and usually household supplies
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Examples of GROCER

  1. Ask your local grocer if he sells organic fruits and vegetables.

Origin of GROCER

Middle English, from Anglo-French groser wholesaler, from gros coarse, wholesale — more at gross
First Known Use: 15th century
GROCER Defined for Kids

grocer

noun gro·cer \ˈgrō-sər\

Definition of GROCER for Kids

:  a person who sells food and household supplies

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