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Definition of: mercenary

(mûrsə·ner′ē) adjective
1. Influenced by desire for gain or reward; greedy; venal.
2. Serving for pay or profit; hired: mercenary soldiers.
3. Pertaining to or resulting from sordidness. See synonyms under VENAL1.
noun plural ·nar·ies
A person working or serving only or chiefly for pay; a hired soldier in foreign service. See synonyms under AUXILIARY.
[<L mercenarius <merces reward, hire]
—mer′ce·nar
i·ly adverb
—mer′ce·nar
i·ness noun

Most often used phrases:

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mercenary force
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Statistical data

"mercenary" has the frequency of use of 0.0001% on city-data.com forum

"mercenary" has the frequency of use of 0.0003% on en.wikipedia.org.

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