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mounter

[moun-ter] /ˈmaʊn tər/
noun
1.
a person or thing that mounts.
Origin of mounter
1600-1610
1600-10; mount1 + -er1
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  • Drury Lane isnt in it with us, though what the blazes you are doing as a mounter beats me.

    The Lady of North Star Ottwell J. Binns
  • As, however, it was only a “mounter,” it was thought best to keep the hawk for the chance of a ringer later on.

  • The great foes of Turner, as of all other great colorists especially, are the picture cleaner and the mounter.

  • The mounter advances facing her, and, close to the horse's shoulder, can perform his office in three different ways.

    Riding for Ladies W. A. Kerr

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