fellmonger

noun
fell·​mon·​ger | \ ˈfel-ˌməŋ-gər, -ˌmäŋ-\

Definition of fellmonger

British
: one who removes hair or wool from hides in preparation for leather making

Other Words from fellmonger

fellmongered \ ˈfel-​ˌməŋ-​gərd , -​ˌmäŋ-​ \ adjective, British
fellmongering \ ˈfel-​ˌməŋ-​g(ə-​)riŋ , -​ˌmäŋ-​ \ noun, British
fellmongery \ ˈfel-​ˌməŋ-​g(ə-​)rē , -​ˌmäŋ-​ \ noun, British

First Known Use of fellmonger

14th century, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for fellmonger

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