If we put this deal over right we don't need to bother about horse-trading.
Rome began as a thousand American cities have done, by being a convenient place for barter and horse-trading.
Jasper went out and into the dining-room conducted the horse-trading preacher.
The former make an open business of horse-trading, and the latter of public-dancing, singing, and fortune-telling.
They indulged in horse-trading and played politics to a certain extent, but the lines of demarcation were sharper.
Children loved him, and he sneaked away from work to tell them improbable stories of sea-faring and horse-trading and bears.
The preacher who led the meeting is saturated with tobacco and addicted to horse-trading and worldly foolish jesting.