Definition of Discounter

1. Noun. A sales outlet offering goods at a discounted price.

Exact synonyms: Discount House, Discount Store, Wholesale House
Generic synonyms: Mercantile Establishment, Outlet, Retail Store, Sales Outlet
Group relationships: Discount Chain
Derivative terms: Discount



Definition of Discounter

1. n. One who discounts; a discount broker.

Definition of Discounter

1. Noun. A vendor of discount goods. ¹

2. Noun. One who discounts. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Discounter

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Discounter

discount department stores
discount house
discount rate
discount rates
discount store
discount stores
discountability
discountable
discounted
discountenance
discountenanced
discountenancer
discountenancers
discountenances
discountenancing
discounter (current term)
discounters
discounting
discounts
discourage
discourageable
discouraged
discouragement
discouragements
discourager
discouragers
discourages
discourageth
discouraging
discouragingly

Literary usage of Discounter

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1. The Parish of Fordoun: Chapters in Its History, Or Reminiscences of Place by Charles A. Mollyson (1893)
"JOHNNIE MURRAY, WRITER AND BILL-discounter. ... Besides his calling as writer, Johnnie carried on business as a bill-discounter, and in this capacity had ..."

2. The Journal of Solomon Sidesplitter [pseud.]: A Collection of Witticisms (1884)
"... bind him apprentice to a broker for a week, and he will become so sharp that he will bite through a kitchen poker, or the heart of a bill-discounter. ..."

3. Illustrated Life and Career of William Palmer of Rugeley: Containing Details by William Palmer (1856)
"He was borrowing money from Pratt, a, west-end bill discounter and solicitor, at the ruinous rate of sixty per cent, per annum. It certainly requires no ..."

4. The Gentleman's Magazine (1873)
"The bill-discounter carefully folded up the documents, and handed them to Lord ... The bill-discounter sneered at the story, but pitied Lord Sham- ..."

5. A Treatise on the Law of Bills of Exchange, Promissory-notes, Bank-notes by Esq Robert Thomson (1836)
"It is usury for the discounter of a bill to give goods in part of its amount, at a sum so much beyond their real value, as to afford a presumption that his ..."

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