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noun as in storekeeper

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The more they spend on their cards, the more their selected organization will receive directly from the grocer at the end of the year.

Air-freight is an option, though the grocer hopes that France and Britain will reach an agreement to reopen links, spokeswoman Victoria Durman said.

From Fortune

So instead of going for meal kit at a giant grocer, people can continue to support local businesses in creative ways.

From Eater

In fact, one agency told Modern Retail that retailers — including grocers — are looking into building their own branded games.

From Digiday

Many local small businesses—the mom-and-pop grocer, the shoe store, even my barber—have struggled or gone under, leaving gaping holes in the fabric of our local downtown and business community.

From Fortune

The grocer associations and food companies face a political conundrum.

Costco is doing very well for a grocer, but very poorly for a department store, the category to which Walmart technically belongs.

At Walmart, which is many peoples' grocer, clothier, and auto supply shop, long lines would cost them a lot of business.

His father was a gentle, honorable grocer, but his mother was “moody” and “humorless,” he said.

In the essay, Havel imagines a grocer hanging a "Workers of the World, Unite!"

She had once been almost as emphatic in expressing herself upon the subject as the corner grocer.

"Maybe the grocer's wagon will be up before ten o'clock and he might carry you," suggested Mrs. Chester.

It proved to be a grocer's boy instead of Mr. Bills, and Mrs. Biggs came back just as Howard was presenting the slippers.

Grosvenor square centre house valued at 10,000, was raffled for and won by Mrs. Hunt, a grocer's wife in Piccadilly.

The old grocer Auffray died at the time of the Empire without having had time enough to make his will.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to grocer, such as: businessperson, dealer, entrepreneur, merchant, proprietor, and retailer.

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