huckster definition

  • noun:
    • One who sells wares or provisions in the pub; a peddler or hawker.
    • a person who makes use of intense, showy, and often devious ways to promote or sell an item.
    • casual One who writes advertising backup, specifically for radio or television.
    • A peddler or hawker, just who offers tiny products, either door-to-door, from a stall, or perhaps in the street
    • Somebody who sells things in an aggressive or showy fashion.
    • person who deceptively offers deceptive items.
    • someone who writes adverts for radio or tv.
    • A retailer of little articles, of conditions, and so on; a peddler; a hawker.
    • A mean, trickish fellow.
    • A retailer of tiny articles; a hawker; a peddler; today, particularly, a tiny dealer in farming produce.
    • A wholesale fish-dealer; person who purchases fresh fish for cargo into the retail trade.
    • somebody who writes radio or tv ads
    • a seller of shoddy goods
  • verb-transitive:
    • To sell; peddle.
    • to market or make an effort to offer (a commercial product, for instance) in an overaggressive or showy manner.
    • To haggle over; offer in.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to take part in haggling.
    • To deal in little articles, or in petty deals.
  • verb:
    • To haggle, to wrangle, or even deal.
    • to offer or provide goods from location to put, to peddle.
    • To promote/sell goods in an aggressive/ showy way.
    • offer or provide for sale from location to put
    • wrangle (over an amount, regards to an understanding, etc.)
  • others:
    • To deal in tiny articles or perhaps in petty deals; therefore, to higgle; contend in a small or mean method about financial transactions.
    • to reveal available; make a matter of discount.

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