noun purs·er \ˈpər-sər\

: an officer on a ship whose job is to handle matters relating to money for the passengers and crew and to make sure passengers are comfortable and have what they need

Full Definition of PURSER

:  an official on a ship responsible for papers and accounts and on a passenger ship also for the comfort and welfare of passengers
:  a steward on an airliner

Origin of PURSER

Middle English, from purs purse
First Known Use: 15th century

Rhymes with PURSER


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