merchandise[ noun mur-chuh n-dahyz, -dahys; verb mur-chuh n-dahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF merchandise
Synonyms for merchandise
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MERCHANDISE
And here we leave more than half our passengers and merchandise.
In American politics, an article of merchandise that comes in sets.
The latter case is not surprising in countries where women are considered as merchandise.
We learn that they settled in the Syrian Quarter directly after clearing their merchandise.
It took Jean less than two minutes to dispose of his stock of merchandise.
It appears that one third of the merchandise deposited is never redeemed.
The ancient Amalfi, the city of activities and merchandise, is gone.
The need for exchange with which to pay for imports of merchandise.
He handles it like it was hot, but he's pleased he's found it, because he hopes to merchandise it.
I only want to know that the rails will carry so many tons of merchandise.
mid-13c., "trading, commerce;" mid-14c., "commodities of commerce, wares, articles for sale or trade," from Anglo-French marchaundise, Old French marcheandise "goods, merchandise; trade, business" (12c.), from marchaunt "merchant" (see merchant).