bill of goods definition

  • noun:
    • A consignment of things available.
    • Casual A Strategy, vow, or provide, specially one that is dishonest or misleading: "The salesman himself . . . is normally portrayed once the ultimate sucker, who's dropped for his own cheesy costs of products” ( Walter Goodman).
    • A collection of products bought or provided on the market.
    • a collection of inaccurate or misleading claims; misinformation.
    • interaction (written or talked) that persuades you to definitely accept one thing false or undesirable
    • a consignment of product
    • A consignment of things on the market.
    • Informal A plan, promise, or offer, especially one that is dishonest or misleading: "The salesman himself . . . is often depicted as the ultimate sucker, who has fallen for his own cheesy bill of goods” ( Walter Goodman).
    • an accumulation items bought or supplied available.
    • some deceptive or misleading claims; misinformation.
    • interaction (written or talked) that persuades someone to take something untrue or unwanted
    • a consignment of merchandise

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