Definition of Line of merchandise
1. Noun. A particular kind of product or merchandise. "A nice line of shoes"
Generic synonyms: Merchandise, Product, Ware
Specialized synonyms: Sideline
Terms within: Top Of The Line
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Literary usage of Line of merchandise
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Commercial Catalogue Compiling: "How to "build" a Catalogue" by Seymour W. Waterhouse (1916)
"In illustrating a line of merchandise it may be desirable to use the name of ... If this is the case, the cataloguing of such line of merchandise will be ..."
2. The Human Side of Retail Selling: A Textbook for Salespeople in Retail by Ruth Leigh (1921)
"Practically every section in the department store or specialty shop to-day handles some line of merchandise that is standardized by a particular brand-name ..."
3. Portrait and Biographical Album of Gratiot County, Mich. by Chapman Brothers (1884)
"Their business in the line of merchandise alone amounted to more than $100000 in ... Seaver &* Lewis also have an extensive line of merchandise, and occupy ..."
4. Annotated Cases, American and English by H Noyes Greene, William Mark McKinney, David Shephard Garland (1918)
"In an action to recover the profits made by defendant through selling this competing line of merchandise, the court said: \ "On the main proposition for ..."
5. Bulletin of Pharmacy (1916)
"Leather goods is a hard line of merchandise to handle because of the continually changing styles, numerous types of finish, and overabundance of novelties. ..."
6. Making More Money in Storekeeping: By W. R. Hotchkin by William Rowland Hotchkin (1917)
"Of course, you must not miss telling any part of the wonderful story of every good line of merchandise in your stocks. That is vital. ..."
7. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1920)
"... and discuss the real things that a dealer is interested in, whether with regard to his particular line of merchandise or his whole business problem. ..."
8. Bulletin of the Department of Labor by United States Dept. of Labor (1898)
"... each nation occupies itself with the handling of a certain line of merchandise, either in loading it upon vessels, unloading it, or transporting it from ..."