Antonyms for huckstering

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The sort of huckstering contest that went on between them was as follows.

And he shuddered with a vision of greasy, huckstering fanatics.

Piggy Morris was just lacing his boots previous to going on a huckstering expedition round the neighbouring farms.

As might have been expected, education, among other things, has been subjected to this huckstering test.

If any more $50 miseries are proposed we would commend to the committees Mr. Cockrell on "huckstering."

No auctioneering, no huckstering—but a free gift such as only a great Englishman would have conceived.

It seems to place a huckstering interpretation on honour, to display sacred things in a shop window, marked in plain figures.

A true book does not go about advertising itself, huckstering for souls, arranging its greatness small enough.

Ah,” observed “Nimrod,” “I thought you were a little in the huckstering line.

And now all thy memorial dynasties end in the huckstering rule of some thirty unknown and anonymous jobbers!