Haberdasher

Hab'er·dash`er (-dăsh`ẽr) noun [ Prob. from Icelandic hapurtask trumpery, trifles, perhaps through French. It is possibly akin to English haversack , and to Icelandic taska trunk, chest, pocket, German tasche pocket, and the orig. sense was perhaps , peddler's wa...
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haberdasher

1. A dealer in small wares, as tapes, pins, needles, and thread; also, a hatter. 'The haberdasher heapeth wealth by hats.' (Gascoigne) ... 2. A dealer in drapery goods of various descriptions, as laces, silks, trimmings, etc. ... Origin: Prob. Fr. Icel. Hapurtask trumpery, trifles, perh. Through French. It is possibly akin to E. Haversack, and to I...
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Haberdasher

• (n.) A dealer in drapery goods of various descriptions, as laces, silks, trimmings, etc. • (n.) A dealer in small wares, as tapes, pins, needles, and thread; also, a hatter.
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Haberdasher

In Britain, a haberdasher is a dealer in small articles used for sewing, such as buttons, zips, and ribbons In the USA, a haberdasher is a gentlemen's outfitter.
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Haberdasher

Those who sell men's clothing and accessories.
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haberdasher

seller of small personal items.
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Haberdasher

A haberdasher is a person who sells small articles for sewing, such as buttons, ribbons, zips, and other notions (in the United Kingdom) or a men`s outfitter (American English). A haberdasher`s shop or the items sold therein are called haberdashery. ==Origin and use== The word appears in Chaucer`s Canterbury Tales. Haberdashers were initially p......
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haberdasher

a merchant who sells men's clothing
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