stationer

noun
sta·​tio·​ner | \ ˈstā-sh(ə-)nər How to pronounce stationer (audio) \

Definition of stationer

1 archaic
b : publisher
2 : one that sells stationery

Examples of stationer in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Bookshops and stationers were allowed to re-open along with various other activities on April 14, and plant nurseries and florists had been working since the beginning of the month. Nicky Swallow, Condé Nast Traveler, 12 May 2020 Spain has let builders return to work, Italy has opened stationers and bookshops, Denmark is allowing children back into nurseries and primary schools. The Economist, 18 Apr. 2020 But for all the glamour that is The Big Day, the professionals behind it—florists, caterers, bartenders, linen rental companies, cake bakers, photo booths, stationers—are everyday people with jobs to do. Stephanie Cain, Fortune, 12 Mar. 2020 Black Friday sales can be found in many countries, from small stationers to major chains to car dealers. New York Times, 29 Nov. 2019 Recently, the stationer has become more playful, with a dedicated range of tongue-in-cheek cover editions. Louis Cheslaw, Condé Nast Traveler, 6 Dec. 2019 Apart from traditional stationers like Crane & Co and Smythson, a slew of e-commerce startups like Sugar Paper, Minted, Moglea, and StudioSarah are helping spread the love for paper beyond wedding planning and socialite circles. Anne Quito, Quartzy, 14 Nov. 2019 And there's even an exclusive collection of gift-wrap, trim, and entertaining essentials from boutique stationer Sugar Paper. Lucia Tonelli, ELLE Decor, 1 Nov. 2019 Like, wedding cake flavor (lemon elderflower), invitations (by London stationer Barnard & Westwood), and guests (the couple invite 2,640 members of the public to the Windsor Castle grounds). Elise Taylor, Vogue, 22 Mar. 2019

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First Known Use of stationer

14th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1a

History and Etymology for stationer

Middle English staciouner, from Anglo-French stationer, from Medieval Latin stationarius, from station-, statio market stall, from Latin, station

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“Stationer.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/stationer. Accessed 30 Jul. 2021.

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stationer

noun

English Language Learners Definition of stationer

: a business or person that sells stationery

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