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flea market

an open-air market selling cheap and often second-hand goods

flea market

yard sale of used items at low prices. [Pop. Culture: Misc.]
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n Zany Lady holds an antiques fleamarket at the Harley Centre at Ludlow College, Market Square, Ludlow.
choose and arrange furnishings -- make a home always ready for entertaining -- create a unique mix of styles and materials, including pieces you already own -- conquer "fear of furnishing" and "decorating commitment phobia" -- shop a fleamarket and display finds
Antiques and Fleamarket at the Town Hall, High Street, Coleshill from 10am-4.
Milkwood's next fleamarket will be held on June 26 from 10am to 5pm, admission free.
Today: Coleshill (Warwickshire) is holding its monthly antiques and collectables fleamarket in Coleshill Town Hall from 10am-4.
Once a month, this Aladdin's cave is filled with antique dresses, jewellery, furniture and every possible treasure imaginable for the Milkwood fleamarket.
Garnethill is not so much the wrong side of the tracks as way down the end of the line andbeyond, a world where life's losers struggle to make a living in the local fleamarket selling drugs, smuggled tobacco, stolen goods, even themselves.
The Venetian finger bowl cost pounds 2 from a fleamarket.
Amulet fairs are holding their third fleamarket weekend at the Oswestry showground next month.
Pat loved cooking on the holidays, going to yard sales and fleamarkets and "her soaps".
WITH its floral print and turned legs, friends will believe that you scoured fleamarkets to find this fabulous chair.