Definition of Merceries

1. Noun. (plural of mercery) ¹



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Definition of Merceries

1. mercery [n] - See also: mercery

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Merceries

mercatante
mercatantes
mercats
mercature
mercauro
mercenaria
mercenarian
mercenarians
mercenaries
mercenarily
mercenariness
mercenarinesses
mercenary
mercenary(a)
mercer
merceries (current term)
mercerisation
mercerise
mercerised
mercerises
mercerising
mercerization
mercerizations
mercerize
mercerized
mercerizes
mercerizing
mercers
mercership
mercerships

Literary usage of Merceries

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1. An Historical and Chronological Deduction of the Origin of Commerce, from by Adam Anderson (1801)
"... cottons, and great variety of merceries ; alfo colours both for dyers and " painters. ... forts of merceries, as well of metal as of other materials. ..."

2. The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal by Yorkshire Archaeological Society (1903)
"... all manner of wares merceries and merchandises goods and chattels, paying the lawful and accustomed tolls and payments for the said wares merceries and ..."

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