Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of auctioneer.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • She called the auctioneers, and they agreed to take him. "

    If I Pay Thee Not In Gold

  • Harvey Stack, of the famous Stack's coin auctioneers in New York, looked at the ultra-rare 1894 San Francisco silver dime.

    The Magna Carta's Other Return

  • He was a newcomer and therefore by definition dimmer even than the regular auctioneers, which is to say beyond belief.

    The Vatican Rip

  • Medal expert Oliver Pepys, of Spink auctioneers, which is offering the VC for sale next month, said: 'Major Knox showed incredible bravery, leading two assaults from the trenches on Russian troops, losing his arm to cannon fire in the process.

    Home | Mail Online

  • "That's a division of Walnut Creek Auction offering turnkey auction support services such as auctioneers, ringmen, clerks and cashiers, and we'll offer all supplies an auctioneer needs such as bid numbers, clerk sheets and microphones."

    QCOnline Metro News

  • Retitling makes tracking auction results much more difficult, even when the title is clearly wrong, so auctioneers tend to make no changes.

    Daniel Grant: What's In a (Painting's) Name? Quite a Lot, Actually

  • Winners often turned out to be front companies for the auctioneers.

    The Return

  • Winners often turned out to be front companies for the auctioneers.

    The Return

  • Issued by Adolf Hitler to senior officers, a rare copy was sold at auction on Thursday in Ludlow, Shropshire, by auctioneers Mullock's.

    Nazi foreign minister planned to own Cornwall as his retirement home

  • Retitling makes tracking auction results much more difficult, even when the title is clearly wrong, so auctioneers tend to make no changes.

    Daniel Grant: What's In a (Painting's) Name? Quite a Lot, Actually

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