Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of huxter.

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Examples

  • Barry did see, or fancied he saw, that he had now got the Kellys in a dead fix, and Anty back into his own hands again; and his self-confidence having been fully roused by his potations, he was tolerably happy, and talked very loudly of the manner in which he would punish those low-bred huxters, who had presumed to interfere with him in the management of his family.

    The Kellys and the O'Kellys

  • Not to mention all the other shoneens and huxters, from here to Bantry.

    Duty, and other Irish Comedies

  • Valedolmo's market day, and the square is so cluttered with booths and huxters and anxious buyers, that the peaceable pedestrian can scarcely wedge his way through.

    Jerry Junior

  • Valedolmo's market day, and the square is so cluttered with booths and huxters and anxious buyers, that the peaceable pedestrian can scarcely wedge his way through.

    Jerry Junior

  • Barry did see, or fancied he saw, that he had now got the Kellys in a dead fix, and Anty back into his own hands again; and his self-confidence having been fully roused by his potations, he was tolerably happy, and talked very loudly of the manner in which he would punish those low-bred huxters, who had presumed to interfere with him in the management of his family.

    The Kellys and the O'Kellys

  • A number of trunkmakers 'shops give it an aspect somewhat peculiar; miserable alleys open from it on the right and left; a barber's pole or two overhang the footway; and huxters' shops are frequent, with their wonted array of articles more useful than ornamental.

    Chambers's Edinburgh Journal, No. 455 Volume 18, New Series, September 18, 1852

  • 'We mun make the best on't, and sell to t' huxters, and a hard bargain they'll be for driving.

    Sylvia's Lovers — Complete

  • 'We mun make the best on't, and sell to t' huxters, and a hard bargain they'll be for driving.

    Sylvia's Lovers — Volume 1

  • My reading of Dr. Finkelstein's work, especially The Holocaust Industry, where in one chapter alone Goldhagen, Morris, Wiesel, Kosinski and many others are collectively attacked as "hoaxters and huxters", typifies his apparent penchant of reducing an argument and oppositional views to the inevitable personal and reputation damaging attack, demeaning those with whom he disagrees.

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  • My reading of Dr. Finkelstein's work, especially The Holocaust Industry, where in one chapter alone Goldhagen, Morris, Wiesel, Kosinski and many others are collectively attacked as "hoaxters and huxters", typifies his apparent penchant of reducing an argument and oppositional views to the inevitable personal and reputation damaging attack, demeaning those with whom he disagrees.

    CAMERA Snapshots

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