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salter Line breaks: salt¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈsɔːltə/
/ˈsɒltə/

Definition of salter in English:

noun

historical
1A person dealing in or employed in the production of salt.
1.1A person whose work involved the preservation of meat or fish in salt.
Example sentences
  • They read a passage that refers to a Dulcinea from Toboso as being the best salter of pork in all of La Mancha!
1.2 another term for dry-salter.

Origin

Old English sealtere (see salt, -er1).

Words that rhyme with salter

altar, alter, assaulter, defaulter, falter, Gibraltar, halter, Malta, palter, psalter, vaulter, Walter

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