Noun(1) someone who travels about selling his wares (as on the streets or at carnivals(2) an unlicensed dealer in illegal drugs
(1) A peddler came into view, selling toys and candy and fun trinkets.(2) a drug peddler(3) These were a very persistent variety of peddler that would not take a polite ├ö├ç├┐No thank you├ö├ç├û for an answer (even when spoken in Thai).(4) Twenty years ago it was a sliver of a place where locals munched on ribs and greens at its long narrow counter and listened to the juke box, while peddlers wandered in selling everything from new shoes to floor-waxing machines.(5) Her hand stroked the padded cushioning of a seat, and lingered over the fine lace that blurred and beautified the view of drunks and pedlars in the street below.(6) The origins of the festival go back 200 years, when apprentices and servants had an afternoon's holiday to play ball games on the south bay beach, attracting pedlars selling refreshments in later years.(7) Tea vendors pass by, and peddlers sell clothes, snacks and herbs from strategic positions on the ground.(8) Some pedlars sell flowers to foreigners at a price two or three times higher than normal, but I treat them all the same,├ö├ç├û she said.(9) No peddlers try to sell me jewelry, bottled water or not-quite-cold beer.(10) At first, peddlers sold handcrafted toys at fairs and door to door.(11) In more recent times, roadside peddlers sold concoctions to cure hair loss that ranged from vitamin elixirs to lotions that were designed to work under a cap while the hopeful slept.(12) Large numbers became pedlars , selling very cheap household products, such as pots and pans.(13) As we climbed the steps to the Bund, the foreigners in the group were surrounded by persistent peddlers of postcards, maps and carvings, and even an offer to do a charcoal portrait.(14) The sights and smells of the island (beginning with the oranges pedlars are selling on the train) creep up on you as the train snakes south towards the Straits of Messina.(15) There were so many things for him to absorb, from the peddlers selling their wares on the jetty, to the fast transcars that zoomed up and down the crowded streets.
3. packman ::
4. drug dealer ::
Different Formspeddler, peddlers
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