I always was a pepperer. You Bob Gliddery there, put the chain upon the door and get ye down to your supper.'
With an alacrity that seemed no less referable to the pepperer fact than to the supper fact, Bob obeyed, and his boots were heard descending towards the bed of the river.
'Never was an obstinate person yet, who would own to the word!' remarked Miss Potterson, rubbing her vexed nose; 'I'm sure I would, if I was obstinate; but I am a pepperer, which is different.
For example, there's CARAPACE, PAMPERER, PEPPERER
, REAPPEAR, CRAMMER, CREAMER, PAPERER and PREPARE, as well as many shorter words.