Chaffer

• (n.) To talk much and idly; to chatter. • (v. t.) To buy or sell; to trade in. • (n.) To treat or dispute about a purchase; to bargain; to haggle or higgle; to negotiate. • (n.) Bargaining; merchandise. • (v. t.) To exchange; to bandy, as words. • (n.) One who chaffs.
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Chaffer

Naval To chaffer up. To smarten up, make extra tidy or 'tiddly'. The expression comes from the shipwrights' bench, where it means to take off the sharp edge of a piece of wood with a chisel.
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Chaffer

Chaf'fer intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Chaffered ; present participle & verbal noun Chaffering .] [ Middle English chaffaren , from chaffare , chapfare , cheapfare , a bargaining. See Ch...
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Chaffer

Chaf'fer noun [ Middle English chaffare , cheapfare ; Anglo-Saxon ceáp a bargain, price + faru a journey; hence, originally, a going to barain, to market. See Cheap , and Fare .] Bargaining; merchandise. [ Obsolete] Holished.
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Chaffer

Chaf'fer transitive verb 1. To buy or sell; to trade in. « He chaffered chairs in which churchmen were set. Spenser. » 2. To exchange; to bandy, as words. Spenser.
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Chaffer

Chaff'er noun One who chaffs.
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chaffer

to bargain or haggle
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