- 1Solid commodities traded in bulk, such as tea, sugar, and grain.More example sentences
- A Baltimore merchant, he opened a merchant house in London in 1838, trading in dry goods.
- Flour, sugar, rice and other dry goods and plain biscuits were weighed out into brown paper bags.
- On board are all the soft drinks, dry goods, goats and chickens, vegetables and building materials that are needed on the islands, and the mail of course.
- 2North American Drapery and haberdashery.More example sentences
- Thompson, whose ambivalence about Plummer continued to deepen, had at last received his missing cargo of dry goods and opened his store in Bannack.
- It is a departmentalized retail institution offering a large variety of hard and soft goods, including home furnishings, household linens and dry goods, and apparel and accessories for men, women and children.
- ‘Oh Mercedes,’ Izzy was saying, ‘I saw the most adorable bonnet in the dry goods store and I wanted you to tell me what you think of it!’
More definitions of dry goodsDefinition of dry goods in:
- The US English dictionary