monger definition

  • noun:
    • A dealer in a specific product. Usually used in combo: an ironmonger.
    • you promoting one thing unwelcome or discreditable. Usually utilized in combination: a scandalmonger; a warmonger.
    • A dealer in a specific product, generally found in combination
    • an individual promoting anything unwanted, always used in combination
    • A trader; a dealer; -- now utilized chiefly in composition.
    • a tiny business vessel.
    • A trader; a dealer: now made use of just or chiefly in composition: because, fishmonger, ironmonger. It's used allusively, implying a petty or discreditable traffic or activity, as in scandal-monger, mutton-monger, whoremonger.
    • a little style of trading-vessel.
    • a person who purchases and preserves an inventory of products to be offered
  • verb-transitive:
    • To peddle.
    • To deal in; in order to make merchandise of; to traffic in; -- used chiefly of discreditable traffic.
  • verb:
    • to offer or peddle anything
    • offer or provide available from location to place
  • others:
    • To traffic in; offer in; make product of: chiefly found in structure having its object, and often implying a petty and discreditable traffic.

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