Noun(1) a seller of shoddy goods(2) a person who writes radio or tv advertisements
Verb(1) sell or offer for sale from place to place(2) wrangle (over a price, terms of an agreement, etc.
(1) a door-to-door huckster(2) Of course, it won't surprise me if some huckster manages to get the two women to square off again.(3) Tommy uses every trick in the book to catch his man: dressing as a rodeo clown, shilling prizes as a slick Vegas huckster , or pretending to be a backwoods hick, Tommy has all the right moves.(4) Many New Yorkers perceived the proposal as a hoax, junk art or the work of just another fly-by-night huckster .(5) It reads more like a huckster selling long-life elixir at a rural county fair.(6) This bland 30-second spot stood out in the cluttered huckster 's marketplace of morning television because of all the elements that were missing.(7) When you put it that way, the street-level huckster almost sounds more honorable than the executive.(8) they were clearly embarrassed at having to huckster for cash(9) An electric broom huckster has no divine right to tell us what design is and isn't.(10) Wouldn't this make him a set-up for an oily huckster who sold lame horses with a false hump?(11) You take away the impression that you've been spun a shaggy parrot story told by a sideshow huckster , albeit with attention-grabbing skill.(12) Instructive, isn't it, how much scientists clamoring for federal funds sound like that quintessential American huckster , the snake-oil salesman?(13) Every genius, promoter and huckster wanted a piece of the action.(14) Other content indicators include ALL CAPS text, red font tags, huckster language like ├ö├ç├┐pure profit├ö├ç├û and even the word ├ö├ç├┐remove.├ö├ç├û(15) The huckster advertises an attractive item-an appliance, aluminum siding, a new kitchen-at an astonishingly low price. That's the bait, and consumers predictably rise to it.(16) You go to war with the best public relations huckster you can have: the White House announced last week that a Washington public relations executive, with no experience in military affairs, was the nominee for the post.
1. trader ::
3. seller ::
4. purveyor ::
5. vendor ::
6. salesman ::
7. salesperson ::
8. peddler ::
9. hawker ::
10. pusher ::
11. haggle ::
12. higgle ::
13. chaffer ::
Different Formshuckster, huckstered, huckstering, hucksterism, hucksters
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