plumassier

noun
plu·​mas·​sier | \¦plümə¦si(ə)r;plüˈmasēˌā, -ēər\
plural -s

Definition of plumassier 

: one that prepares or deals in ornamental plumes or feathers

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History and Etymology for plumassier

Middle French, from plumasse large feather (from plume feather) + -ier -er

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