salesman

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salesman

1. a person who sells merchandise or services either in a shop or by canvassing in a designated area
2. short for travelling salesman
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Flag down a saleslady to nab your size and merrily skip to the cash register.
The saleslady pointed and said, "That is the boys' section, and over there is the girls' section.
Edorne, a saleslady of a Dubai-based dress shop, considers it as the "old Jalabiya".
I didn't see who she was with, and she wasn't a saleslady.
Goldfarb practically admits that she will be in no position to take care of the children as she is employed as a saleslady.
When I bought a gift token from a Swansea shop in December the saleslady told me it had to be redeemed within three months.
Gulf News spotted Janice, a Filipino saleslady who patiently waited for shoppers at one of the mall's kiosks at 3am.
When he meets Lydia and begins to court her, she is a saleslady in a large department store in Boston where she has worked since graduating from grammar school eight years earlier in order to escape the old neighborhood at least during the days.
At the mall a few weeks ago, she had taken Robin, just Robin and not Moira, to the top floor of Saks and told the saleslady they were going to a black tie wedding in New York.
Chat with the saleslady a bit and she will tell you that, before 9 a.
Lockyer Brothers' full-page ads 20 November and 4 December apologized for being short a saleslady, "which is rather awkward at this time of the season," but another was in place promising to do her best for former customers.
Blazevska wonders where parents are at these protests and why they only show their courage when fighting with a saleslady.