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  • n. Plural form of hucksterer.


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  • Amongst this assembly of women of all ages and conditions (many of whom were married), there were regular frequenters, who had been there almost from time immemorial; occasional dabblers; chance hucksterers: most were there compelled by the supreme necessity of earning a living; others displayed their wares in order to provide luxuries; whilst a few were present merely for the fun of an infrequent bargain.

    Sparrows: the story of an unprotected girl

  • We'll do the generously fair thing -- for, we're not hucksterers but gentlemen. "

    Grain of Dust.

  • They call us a nation of shopkeepers; they make war, themselves, in the spirit of a nation of petty hucksterers. "

    The Young Franc Tireurs And Their Adventures in the Franco-Prussian War


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