Definition of Salesladies
1. saleslady [n] - See also: saleslady
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Salesladies
Literary usage of Salesladies
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The World's Great Masterpieces: History, Biography, Science, Philosophy by Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Richard Stockton, Caroline Ticknor (1901)
"... First Person " (1896); " Bess and other Dogs ; " " The Red Bridge Neighborhood " (1898). SOME salesladies.1 (From ..."
2. Speech and Manners for Home and School by Elizabeth Stansbury Kirkland (1883)
"There is a notice posted up at Fielding and Lewis's, ' salesladies will ... At any rate, I don't want to hear any one in my house talking of' salesladies. ..."
3. Types from City Streets by Hutchins Hapgood (1910)
"Practical and sensible as most of the salesladies are, ... The buyer of each department knows pretty well the habits of his salesladies; knows how much it ..."
4. Europe's Morning After by Kenneth Lewis Roberts (1921)
"Beautiful salesladies are observed flitting about among glittering bottles of ... One of the beautiful salesladies rushes up, bearing a quart bottle with an ..."