Definition of Saleroom

1. Noun. An area where merchandise (such as cars) can be displayed. "In Britain a showroom is called a salesroom"

Exact synonyms: Salesroom, Showroom
Category relationships: Auto, Automobile, Car, Machine, Motorcar
Generic synonyms: Panopticon



Definition of Saleroom

1. Noun. A room in which items for sale are displayed; a showroom ¹

2. Noun. A room in which items are auctioned ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Saleroom

1. a room in which goods are displayed for sale [n -S]

Lexicographical Neighbors of Saleroom

saleability
saleable
saleableness
saleablenesses
saleably
saleb
salebrosities
salebrosity
salebrous
salep
saleps
saleratus
saleratuses
salering
salerings
saleroom (current term)
salerooms
sales
sales advisor
sales agreement
sales booth
sales campaign
sales demonstrator
sales department
sales division
sales event

Literary usage of Saleroom

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

1. Chambers' Edinburgh Journal by Robert Chambers, William Chambers (1845)
"the saleroom have been long too well known, to deceive any but the merest tyro in picture-buying. Hence more elaborate deceptions are carried out, ..."

2. Reminiscences of Manchester fifty years ago by Josiah Thomas Slugg (1881)
"... by which time the prints were all arranged in the saleroom. ... when they would rush upstairs to the saleroom, and a scramble for prints would ensue, ..."

3. The Bookmart: A Monthly Magazine of Literary and Library Intelligence edited by Richard Halkett (1887)
"So, full of excitement, he rushed to the saleroom to discover the name of ... He went to the saleroom, almost afraid to ask about the book—He had not been ..."

4. The cotton trade of Great Britain by Thomas Ellison (1886)
"Previously, the practice had been for the buying broker, with or without his spinners, to go from saleroom to saleroom— round the market, ..."

5. Dublin, Cork, and South of Ireland: A Literary, Commercial, and Social (1892)
"... a general and property saleroom. This is well lighted and ventilated and suitably furnished, the excellent arrangements leaving nothing to be desired. ..."

6. Chambers' Edinburgh Journal by Robert Chambers, William Chambers (1845)
"the saleroom have been long too well known, to deceive any but the merest tyro in picture-buying. Hence more elaborate deceptions are carried out, ..."

7. Reminiscences of Manchester fifty years ago by Josiah Thomas Slugg (1881)
"... by which time the prints were all arranged in the saleroom. ... when they would rush upstairs to the saleroom, and a scramble for prints would ensue, ..."

8. The Bookmart: A Monthly Magazine of Literary and Library Intelligence edited by Richard Halkett (1887)
"So, full of excitement, he rushed to the saleroom to discover the name of ... He went to the saleroom, almost afraid to ask about the book—He had not been ..."

9. The cotton trade of Great Britain by Thomas Ellison (1886)
"Previously, the practice had been for the buying broker, with or without his spinners, to go from saleroom to saleroom— round the market, ..."

10. Dublin, Cork, and South of Ireland: A Literary, Commercial, and Social (1892)
"... a general and property saleroom. This is well lighted and ventilated and suitably furnished, the excellent arrangements leaving nothing to be desired. ..."

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