Definition of Pedlers

1. pedler [n] - See also: pedler



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pedlers

pedioneuralgia
pediophobia
pedipalp
pedipalpi
pedipalpous
pedipalps
pedipalpus
pediphalanx
pedireme
pedlar
pedlaries
pedlars
pedlary
pedler
pedleries
pedlers (current term)
pedlery
pedlock
pedo
pedo-
pedobaptism
pedobaptisms
pedobaptist
pedobaptists
pedocal
pedocalic
pedocals
pedoclimate
pedoclimates
pedoclimatic

Literary usage of Pedlers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Powers, Duties, and Liabilities of Town and Parish Officers in by William Augustus Herrick, Massachusetts (1870)
"Articles which may be sold by hawkers and pedlers without license. 16. Not including articles of foreign growth or production. 10. ..."

2. The Maine Townsman, Or, Laws for the Regulation of Towns: With Forms and by John Perkins Lord (1844)
"pedlers to exhibit license. 1. Any person may vend any farming utensils or wooden wares, or articles of domestic, manufacture, or any fish, fruits, ..."

3. Japan as it was and is by Richard Hildreth (1905)
"... iU{fc], OR MOUNTAIN PRIESTS.—BUDDHIST BEGGARS.— SINGULAR BELL-CHIMING.—HUCKSTERS AND pedlers.—COURTESANS. " IT is scarce credible," says ..."

4. The Consolidated Statutes of New Brunswick by New Brunswick, Charles Nelson Skinner, Frederic E. Barker, Edward L. Wetmore, George Wheelock Burbidge (1877)
"1 Non-resident pedlers not to sell 4 License when to be produced. without license. 5 Penalties, how recovered. '2 County Secretaries to grant G Penalty for ..."

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