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No auctioneering, no huckstering—but a free gift such as only a great Englishman would have conceived.
LONDON IN THE SIXTIESONE OF THE OLD BRIGADE
They all get a job on the railway, or take to auctioneering, or something with money in it.
It was called an "auctioneering of honor," and a base way to come by a promotion.
The popular idea is that the inverse method of auctioneering saves them paying for the auction licence.
THE SLANG DICTIONARYJOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN
Bad Lot, a term derived from auctioneering slang, and now generally used to describe a man or woman of indifferent morals.
THE SLANG DICTIONARYJOHN CAMDEN HOTTEN
The popular idea is that the inverse method of auctioneering saves them paying for the auction license.
Its leaves were tattered, and the librettist had long since renounced his pen in favour of auctioneering in the North.
THE QUAINT COMPANIONSLEONARD MERRICK
Yes, but I didn't see any of them around yesterday who were handy enough to do your auctioneering.

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