from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Present participle of peddle.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Hawking; acting as a peddler.
- adj. Petty; insignificant; trifling; paltry; piddling; -- now less common than piddling.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Petty; trifling; insignificant: as, peddling details.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of selling goods for a living
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The world mostly knows TKO as a label peddling quality punk rock from acts such as Antiseen, Cock Sparrer and CH3.
Mr. Powell, I respected you because you were the only level headed republican, but now this back peddling is really bothersome.
This whole ‘Fiscal Responsibility’ crap the Repugs are peddling is a crock!
This caricature laden snark peddling is what passes for comedy and political insight nowadays (though it has existed for ages).
Washington Examiner editorial: Clinton is again peddling the argument that a new wave of domestic terrorism is coming this time because millions of Tea Partying Americans have during the past year or more taken to the streets to protest.
Trickle down theory does not work, yet some people persist in peddling it.
Just look at the competition-McCain peddling the same old Republican crapola that brought us to near financial ruin and the Wassila Hillbilly.
She was involved in peddling access to the Clintons to Johnny Chung, and also in the disappearance of some of Vincent Foster's papers (Foster was the guy who committed suicide under mysterious circumstances).
Earlier in the day, a mere block from our casita, my husband had seen a "butcher" setting up shop, peddling from the tailgate of his truck what looked suspiciously like butchered goat meat.
He never spent enough time in the Senate to learn how things work He's been on the road almost his whole term peddling that Hopium.