Definition of Merchanted
1. merchant [v] - See also: merchant
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Merchanted
Literary usage of Merchanted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1919)
"After his return to civil life he merchanted shoemaking supplies. He founded the Pope Manufacturing Company in 1877, which secured control of many minor ..."
2. British Industries: A Series of General Reviews for Business Men and Students by William James Ashley (1907)
"... Heckmondwike, and other places ; in fact, probably two- thirds of the entire textile productions of the West Riding are merchanted in Bradford. ..."
3. State and Family in Early Rome by Charles William Louis Launspach (1908)
"... animals) which could be grasped with the hand.1 Originally, therefore, mancipation could suitably be applied to all things capable of being merchanted, ..."
4. What the Judge Saw: Being Twenty-five Years in Manchester by One who Has Done it by Edward Abbott Parry (1912)
"He had not merchanted any eggs since 1862. These things and the rascality of the whole proceeding, which was little short of a conspiracy to defraud, ..."
5. Historical Notes on the Bradford Corporation: With Records of the Lighting by William Cudworth (1881)
"The worsted manufacture had then begun to drift from Norwich to Halifax and Bradford, the goods being principally merchanted at Leeds. ..."