costermonger

[ kos-ter-muhng-ger, -mong-, kaw-ster- ]SEE DEFINITION OF costermonger
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Why, a costermonger with his donkey might as well talk of his 'steed.'

He is a power in the land, though he does eat like a costermonger.

Some rich men there are who have less taste than a costermonger.

Perhaps on no subject is the costermonger so silent as on his money affairs.

It is a costermonger's donkey-cart which was racing the van.

MIKE, to loiter; or, as a costermonger defined it, to lazy about.

The baronet has a stomach to fill and a back to cover the same as the costermonger.

Only my horse shied at the costermonger's carrot-cart there.

She heard the costermonger say, as he took his pipe out of his mouth.

I never knew or heard a costermonger in the Dials with such a repertory.

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