salespeople

[ seylz-pee-puh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF salespeople
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SALESPEOPLE

Very naturally, the merchants and the salespeople did not like this.

She had vaguely heard that shopwalkers in England could make or break the salespeople.

And the several thousand salespeople in the huge store were slangily nicknamed "Peter Rolls's hands."

In an instant she realized that the pads upon which salespeople did hasty sums must be called check books, anyhow in America.

About hours—we close at the right time, but the salespeople are kept late, often very late, looking over stock.

And then you can leave your salespeople to wait on all customers, giving you more time for real management—generalship.

WORD ORIGIN

1920, from genitive of sale + person.