vendor[ ven-der; especially contrastively ven-dawr ]SEE DEFINITION OF vendor
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In any case, their shares are vendor's shares, and couldn't be dealt with in this transaction.
You shall have your vendor's shares, precisely as I promised you.
You don't want to wrong me—and yourself too—by sticking to this quibble about vendor's shares.
You thought the vendor's shares would play a part in the game.
A book is worth just as much as its vendor can get for it, and no more.
The vendor of stars looked at him in her direct serious fashion.
Here voices of beast and vendor mingled in a chorus of cupidity and distress.
After breakfast he bought the property; and he bought it in a manner dear to the heart of the vendor.
Each one has offered a price, to which the vendor replies by another.
But Lucy remembered the vendor of photographs and said, "No, don't be rude to him."
1590s, from late Anglo-French vendor, from vendre "to vend," from Latin vendere "to sell" (see vend).