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|Merce||(v. t.) To subject to fine or amercement; to ...|
|Mercenaria||(n.) The quahog. ...|
|Mercenarian||(n.) A mercenary. ...|
|Mercenaries||(pl. ) of Mercenary ...|
|Mercenarily||(adv.) In a mercenary manner. ...|
|Mercenariness||(n.) The quality or state of being mercenary; venality. ...|
|Mercenary||(a.) Acting for reward; serving for pay; paid; hired; ...|
|Mercenary||(a.) Hence: Moved by considerations of pay or profit; ...|
|Mercenary||(n.) One who is hired; a hireling; especially, a ...|
|Mercer||(n.) Originally, a dealer in any kind of goods ...|
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