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EtymologyEdit

furnish +‎ -er

NounEdit

furnisher (plural furnishers)

  1. one who furnishes
    • 1919, Countess Elizabeth Von Arnim, Christopher and Columbus[1]:
      His brain, after working at top speed during the day with the architect, the painter and decorator, the furnisher, the garden expert, the plumbing expert, the electric-light expert, the lawyer, the estate agent, and numberless other persons, during the night meditated and evolved advertisements.

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