|AMERCER||-||amercer n. One who amerces.|
|CHARMER||-||charmer n. A charming person; one who charms or seduces; a smoothie.|
charmer n. An enchanter or magician.
|CRAMMER||-||crammer n. A book used for accelerated study in preparation for an exam.|
crammer n. A student who is studying hard for an exam.
crammer n. A teacher who is aiding said student.
|CRAMPER||-||Sorry, definition not available.|
|CREAMER||-||creamer n. A jug for holding cream.|
creamer n. A separator for removing cream from milk to leave skimmed milk.
creamer n. A nondairy product that adds a creamy texture to coffee.
|CREMORS||-||cremors n. plural of cremor.|
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|CRIMPER||-||crimper n. Small climbing hold that can only be held with the tips of a person's fingers.|
crimper n. (chiefly Britain) hairdresser.
crimper n. Someone who adds pleats to fabric for clothes, drapery, etc.
|CRUMBER||-||crumber n. (Australian rules football) A player who waits around a marking contest aiming to get the ball if it falls.|
crumber n. A small, usually metal, tool designed to remove crumbs from a tablecloth.
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|MARCHER||-||marcher n. An inhabitant of a march (border country).|
marcher n. A person who holds lands in such a region.
marcher n. One who marches; one who participates in a march.
|MERCERS||-||mercers n. plural of mercer.|
|MERCERY||-||mercery n. (uncountable) The trade of mercers.|
mercery n. (countable) A mercer's shop.
mercery n. The goods in which a mercer deals.
|MERCURY||-||mercury n. A metal.|
mercury n. A plant.
Mercury p.n. (Roman mythology) The Roman god associated with speed, sometimes used as a messenger. He wore winged sandals.
|MORRICE||-||morrice n. A morris dance.|
morrice v. To dance, especially a morris dance.
morrice v. To move away rapidly; to decamp.
|REMERCY||-||remercy v. (transitive, now rare) To thank (someone).|