Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The particular day in each week on which “bargains” are offered at the bargain-counters.

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Examples

  • Sales are away below any expectation from the number of customers, even allowing for shopping habits of a bargain-day crowd.

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  • "If they keep on bringing in clothes, dear, we'll have a bargain-day stock to dispose of some time.

    Nedra

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