cutler

noun
cut·ler | \ˈkət-lər \

Definition of cutler 

: one who makes, deals in, or repairs cutlery

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In Sheffield, for centuries the center of British scissors making, the contemporary cutler and corset maker Grace Horne makes scissors both classic and fanciful, among them a set of murderous blades in tribute to this double role. Hettie Judah, New York Times, "How Elegant, How Lethal," 15 Feb. 2018 Why does jay cutler have a job but not Colin Kaepernick? Sam Mellinger, kansascity, "Mellinger Minutes: Chiefs game, Royals’ chances, Colin Kaepernick, politics, KU, K-State and Mizzou," 15 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of cutler

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for cutler

Middle English, from Anglo-French cuteler, from Late Latin cultellarius, from Latin cultellus

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