- v. do one's shopping at; do business with; be a customer or client of
“They are a far healthier way to wash your face than most forty-dollar fancy cleansers you could buy at the department store.”
“The great war of the maximum was waged with the farmers and higlers, as soon as it was discovered that they took their commodities privily to such people as they knew would buy at any price, rather than not be supplied.”
“For our purposes here, I would like to set aminimum goal for you: you should be prepared to buy at least one single-family house per year for the next ten years.”
““Or more likely, sir,” said Roper, “one of they four-penny boys’ yarns in paper covers like you buy at the store in Chipping.”
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