One who possesses the wisdom of long experience.(noun)
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Use "stager" in a sentence
"Some brokers will even hire a "stager" who can tidy up the home, move furniture around and even re-hang pictures to create a more inviting living space."
"As for the house itself, you can hire a "stager" or you can save money by doing it yourself."
"In this case, she works, as a "stager," arranging furniture in empty apartments for real estate agents unsure how they want to package the suite."