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noun as in fair; sale place

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The essential element is the humble two-pan balance scale — a staple of commerce over the millennia that’s still found in bustling rural bazaars in the developing world.

Picture a national assembly hall, a buzzy NFT bazaar, office towers—all done in Hadid’s trademark swooping, swoon-worthy architectural style.

From Quartz

He banked a steady stream of income from the wildly popular online bazaar.

Last holiday season, the publisher hosted a virtual holiday bazaar that created a video-game-like experience for consumers to interact with brand partners that sold products during the event.

From Digiday

You can find physicians and medical services in what Kharraz describes as a bazaar of sorts for medicine and related information.

From Fortune

They had to go to the bazaar -- as the mall was then called -- and buy them.

PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Half a dozen men sit on the floor in a grimy rented storefront in the crowded Khyber Bazaar.

Never mind the word "bazaar," which you pronounce as "bizarre" and Hassan pronounces as "buzzer."

He was talking about the talks as if this were a nuclear bazaar.

I arrived at the Grand Bazaar and planned to work my way over to the Aya Sofia and the Topkapi Palace.

They clattered through the outlying bazaar without disturbing a soul.

The standard of the Prophet was raised in the bazaar and a fanatical mob rallied round it.

The high-spirited girl had no idea of being thus disposed of in the matrimonial bazaar.

The pretty houses and the rich shops must be sought for in the bye streets near the bazaar.

I was obliged to put up my bed in the middle of the bazaar under an open verandah.


On this page you'll find 19 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bazaar, such as: marketplace, mart, exchange, exposition, fete, and market.

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