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synonyms for vendors

  • dealer
  • hawker
  • merchant
  • peddler
  • businessperson
  • huckster
  • pitcher
  • traveler
  • outcrier
  • traveling salesperson

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What is another word for vendor?

Vendor is a word for a person, company, or other entity that sells things. When it’s an individual person selling things from a stall in a street market, the term street vendor is often used. More old-fashioned words for a person who sells things on the street include peddler and hawker.

Perhaps the closest synonym for vender is seller. It gets at exactly what a vendor does—sells things—and it can be used for both individuals and companies.

Similar words include merchant and retailer. More specific words include dealer and supplier, which both are most often used in the context of businesses that sell to other businesses. (They’re sometimes also used in illegal contexts.)

What is a third party vendor?

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antonyms for vendors

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  • customer
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How to use vendors in a sentence

Like vendors of drugs, their aim is to catch popular credit and favour, and to seize every opportunity of enriching themselves.
THE HISTORIES OF POLYBIUS, VOL. II (OF 2)POLYBIUS
Should we not call up the wretched women of our streets; the bribers and the vendors of privilege?
THE COMMON SENSE OF SOCIALISMJOHN SPARGO
There were the Italian peripatetic vendors of weather-glasses, who had their headquarters at Norwich.
THE LIFE OF GEORGE BORROWHERBERT JENKINS
After all, Tono-Bungay is still a marketable commodity and in the hands of purchasers, who bought it from—among other vendors—me.
TONO BUNGAYH. G. WELLS
Considering their abilities the vendors of the Gospel are among the best paid men in the world to-day.
THE BIBLEJOHN E. REMSBURG
Milk-vendors, boasting their descent from the original holders, have still their cow-stall at the park corner under the elm-trees.
HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS IN LONDONMRS. E. T. COOK.
Then there are the itinerant vendors of tortoises, with barrow-loads of the poor distressed creatures.
HIGHWAYS AND BYWAYS IN LONDONMRS. E. T. COOK.
Thanks to the old sergeant, we had no bothering vendors of relics.
AN AUTOBIOGRAPHYELIZABETH BUTLER
Then the nostrum vendors proceeded to supply something just as good.
PSYCHOTHERAPYJAMES J. WALSH
He had been listening to the different cries of the street vendors, 'Oh!'
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