One word substitution–22

Continuing our tryst with our exploration of ‘one word substitution‘ list, we present more words as they keep coming. These words are intended to give the exact meaning of a sentence by a single word. These types of lists come pretty handy if you want to improve your vocabulary in English language.

One who deals in furs. Furrier
One who feeds on fruits. Fruitarian
One who sets glass for windows, doors, etc. Glazier
One who sells small articles such as ribbons, lace, thread, etc. Haberdasher
One who deals in medicinal herbs. Herbalist
One who breaks images or church ornaments. Iconoclast
One who  deals in iron and hardware. Ironmonger
One who takes care of a building. Janitor
The study of lakes or of pond life. Limnology
One who cuts precious stones. Lapidarist
One who compiles a dictionary. Lexicographer
One who gives massages. Masseur
The head of a town council or corporation. Mayor
One who deals in silk, cotton, woolen and linen goods. Mercer
One who makes and sells ladies hats. Milliner
One new to anything. Novice
A physician who assists women at child-birth. Obstetrician
One who is opposed to intellectual progress. Obscurant
One who tests eyesight and sells spectacles. Optician
One who lends money and keeps goods as security. Pawnbroker
One who travels from place to place selling miscellaneous articles. Peddler
One who compounds or sells drugs. Pharmacist
One who collects postage stamps. Philatelist
One who attends to sick people and prescribes medicines. Physician
One who flies an aeroplane. Pilot
One who works with lead esp. Mending water pipes. Plumber
One who writes poetry. Poet
One who makes pots, cups, etc. Potter
One who sells fowl, ducks, turkeys, etc. Poulterer
One who studies the working of the human mind. Psychologist
An officer in charge  of the stones or wood, clay and other materials. Purser
An expert at story-telling. Raconteur

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