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noun as in person who buys merchandise, services

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As the low-carb trends declined in the mid-aughts, so too did consumer appetites for blandly seasoned grain cakes.

From Eater

In the latest example of bolstering its first-party data offering for advertisers, Vice Media Group is using a new tool from consumer reporting agency Experian and data platform Infosum.

From Digiday

The silver lining in all this—for the state of Americans’ personal finances, if not for retailers—seems to be a higher savings rate among consumers.

From Fortune

Opendoor struggled in the early days of the pandemic, laying off 600 employees, or 35% of its workforce, in April as consumers stayed at home.

From Fortune

It’s the very purpose of net neutrality that consumers can access everything the internet has to offer.

From Fortune

She appeared to be just a happy American consumer out shopping at a big-box store.

Zumbiel Packaging A Kentucky-based manufacturer of paperboard packaging for consumer goods.

These insights and discoveries help PepsiCo anticipate, rather than react to, an ever-changing consumer landscape.

What tastes great to an American consumer may not be what folks in China or India would choose to eat or drink.

At some point even the seemingly insatiable American consumer is going to have had his fill.

But suppose that the consumer, for the things which he himself makes and sells, or for the work which he performs, receives more?

For a long time there were no contractors between the European sources of supply and the great consumer, the army.

The graduated scale was a complete failure, and equally injurious to the purchaser and consumer.

Sir, a consumer's delegation wishes to speak with you about the new Birthday Quotas.

Tell that bunch of complainers I'll keep this District's economy healthy if I have to jail every consumer in it.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to consumer, such as: buyer, customer, purchaser, shopper, user, and enjoyer.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.