collier (n.) Old form(s): Colliar, Colliars
coalman, coal-vendor
LLL IV.iii.265[Longaville to Berowne, of Rosaline's dark colouring] since her time are colliers counted bright
RJ I.i.2[Gregory to Sampson, of not 'carrying coals'] For then we should be colliers
TN III.iv.117[Sir Toby to Malvolio, of the devil] Hang him, foul collier!
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