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The huckstering spirit penetrates the whole language, all relations are expressed in business terms, in economic categories.
THE CONDITION OF THE WORKING-CLASS IN ENGLAND IN 1844FREDERICK ENGELS
Submit to it, Palmon; let something be abated of your due, as if you were a-huckstering winter blankets and white counterpanes.
STUDIES IN THE POETRY OF ITALY, I. ROMANFRANK JUSTUS MILLER
The rose garden of the god unconquered in battle was exchanged for a very shoddy and huckstering paradise.
THE HALF-HEARTEDJOHN BUCHAN
Persons who have been used to a petty, huckstering way of life cannot enlarge their apprehensions to a notion of anything better.
TABLE-TALKWILLIAM HAZLITT
It is a relief to turn from so painful a subject, even though we descend to the petty, huckstering politics of the English court.
HISTORY OF CIVILIZATION IN ENGLAND, VOL. 1 OF 3HENRY THOMAS BUCKLE
And now all thy memorial dynasties end in the huckstering rule of some thirty unknown and anonymous jobbers!
SYBILBENJAMIN DISRAELI
But it was only the puny huckstering of the little theatres which offended him.
RICHARD WAGNER HIS LIFE AND HIS DRAMASW. J. HENDERSON
The sort of huckstering contest that went on between them was as follows.
THE HISTORIES OF POLYBIUS, VOL. II (OF 2)POLYBIUS
All along the south faade, print and cook shops were seen, and small huckstering went on unheeded.
THE STORY OF PARISTHOMAS OKEY
A true book does not go about advertising itself, huckstering for souls, arranging its greatness small enough.
THE LOST ART OF READINGGERALD STANLEY LEE

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terpsichoreanadjective | [turp-si-kuh-ree-uhn, turp-si-kawr-ee-uhn, -kohr- ]SEE DEFINITION