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stallholder

Line breaks: stall|hold¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈstɔːlhəʊldə
 
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Definition of stallholder in English:

noun

British
A person owning or running a stall at a market.
Example sentences
  • Officers are now asking retailers and market stallholders to remove the toy from sale and any parents who may have bought the toy for their children to bin it.
  • Shopkeepers and stallholders preparing the Kingsland Market began to emerge at daybreak.
  • In fact, anyone who enjoys delicious healthy food and that, it seems, includes the likes of the WI and farmers market stallholders.

Words that rhyme with stallholder

smallholder

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