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  • noun Plural form of stallkeeper.


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  • Alight breeze brought a hint of incense from the Temple, which joined harmoniously with the fresh flowers some of the stallkeepers used as decoration.


  • The street took a sharp turn and then ended in a flight of steps which led down into a sunken alley where a few stallkeepers were selling tired-looking vegetables.

    Nineteen Eighty-Four

  • There may be a side-walk, but then, the shopkeepers have taken that to spread out their wares, or the stallkeepers have set up their little booths there.

    Peeps at Many Lands: Japan

  • There were men, of course, in the crowd, among the stallkeepers -- hundreds.

    The Workingman's Paradise An Australian Labour Novel

  • Next she began to intrigue and scheme with such success that she was engaged by one of the stallkeepers.

    The Fat and the Thin

  • By stopping to talk to the girl he only drew upon himself still coarser jeers from the other stallkeepers.

    The Fat and the Thin

  • Many of the stallkeepers have in despair deserted the toy business, and gone in for comforters, kepis, and list soles.

    Diary of the Besieged Resident in Paris

  • All around her, the storerooms, the small cabins where the stallkeepers keep their live stock, formed regular streets, intersecting each other at right angles.

    The Fat and the Thin

  • The fish-wives liked Florent on account of his gentleness, and for some time they defended him; but, influenced by the stallkeepers of the butter and fruit pavilions, they at last gave way.

    The Fat and the Thin

  • When she was unable, during her afternoon perambulations, to wheedle stallkeepers into filling her bag for her, she was reduced to dining off the merest scraps.

    The Fat and the Thin


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