Definitions

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  • n. One who sells fruit.

Etymologies

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fruit +‎ seller

Examples

  • The fruitseller made a fortune, as all sought to imitate the plum eater, and bought plums by the tens and dozens.

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  • The fruitseller first noticed the plum eater when he came by the same stall not once, not twice, not thrice, but fifteen times in the same cycle.

    365 tomorrows » The Plum Eater : A New Free Flash Fiction SciFi Story Every Day

  • A Pakistani fruitseller pushed his handcart past cars set on fire near the Pakistani city of Karachi Wednesday

    Today's WSJ in Photos: April 9, 2008

  • Sim Nyati is a fruitseller who travels daily from the city's southern Mbare suburb to the University of Zimbabwe campus in the northern suburbs.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It was alleged that the witness was a fruitseller who had seen

    Chapter 3 - Detention

  • The stink of piss is powerful, but the fruitseller, who squats all day in that stink, is wreathed in smoke from his cheroot.

    Burma

  • A sleepy cockchafer hummed drowsily outside the window, and the long, melancholy call of a fruitseller echoed down the street: "Fragola! fragola!"

    The Gadfly

  • And by ten o'clock we were quit of Genoa; the last lean, blue-chinned official had left our decks; the last fruitseller had been beaten off with bucketsful of water and left cursing us from his boat; the last passenger had come aboard at the last moment -- a fussy graybeard who kept the big ship waiting while he haggled with his boatman over half a lira.

    The Amateur Cracksman

  • Tunisian revolution hero Mohamed Bouazizi's mother ends mourning THE mother of Mohamed Bouazizi, the Tunisian fruitseller whose desperate protest was the unlikely catalyst for the widespread turmoil across the Middle East, says she will stop her grieving because of the success of the revolution he inspired.

    The Australian | News |

  • Bouazzi, the 26-year old fruitseller who set himself on fire in the town of Sidi Bouzid to protest the police preventing from doing business to feed his family because he did not have the proper paperwork.

    TIME.com: Top Stories

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