Definition of caterer:
- merchant (part of speech: noun)
However that may be, the door had no sooner closed after him than the dignified junior Dale, caterer, became metamorphosed into an excited young girl who flew down the hall to the room where her sister had taken refuge.- "Those Dale Girls", Frank Weston Carruth.
He went to the caterer who had resigned, and, after considerable urging, and a solemn promise that politics should not again be discussed in the mess, the latter was persuaded to resume the management of affairs.- "Frank on the Lower Mississippi", Harry Castlemon.
- "Journal of an African Cruiser", Horatio Bridge.