- 1A person who sells or deals in particular goods: a purveyor of large luxury vehiclesMore example sentences
- The point is that adolescent fury needs an outlet and such colourful purveyors of antisocial behaviour provide a relatively safe channel for it.
- Verily did his disciples come, and the supporting acts, and the media, and the t-shirt sellers, and the purveyors of greasy food.
- It seems like every time a fashion magazine starts up, a new denim line gets touted purveyor of the latest ‘it’ jeans.
- 1.1A person or group that spreads or promotes an idea, view, etc.: a purveyor of traditional Christian valuesMore example sentences
- The author makes certain, however, to start his article in a fashion exemplary of purveyors of pseudoscience.
- They are also purveyors of a number of pious myths about American politics.
- One can only urge purveyors of such nonsense to stop embarrassing themselves.