dicker[ dik-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF dicker
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DICKER
It looks to me as if 'twould be pretty good business to dicker with him.
Yet the men had an ineradicable propensity to dicker among themselves.
Dicker, I want you to bring in a bill to make Fastburg the only capital.
"I did not," confessed Mr. Dicker, with a mixture of shame and abhorrence.
"I'm a hustler on a dicker, and a hellion on junk," snapped the boss.
Some other team in the American league trying to make a dicker for you?
I know him; that is to say, I want to dicker with you, and through you with Jones.
For his services, Mr. Dicker received from the Lords of the Treasury the sum of 500l.
Published tariffs were only the starting point for "higgle" and "dicker."
Or carrying a cheap-jack Bradford agent to make a dicker in wool?
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DICKER
- accept offer
- become indebted
- come around
- enter into
- firm a deal
- give one's word
- go along with
- hammer out deal
- it's a deal
- make terms
- put in writing
- shake hands on it
- sign for
- sign papers
- sign up
- swear to
- work out details