Costermonger

Costermonger, coster or costard is a street seller of fruit (such as apples) and vegetables, in London and other British towns. They were ubiquitous in mid-Victorian England, and some are still found in markets. As usual with street-sellers, they would use a loud sing-song cry or chant to attract attention. Their cart might be stationary at a mark...
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Costermonger

• (n.) An apple seller; a hawker of, or dealer in, any kind of fruit or vegetables; a fruiterer.
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costermonger

barrow-man noun a hawker of fruit and vegetables from a barrow
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Costermonger

Cos'ter·mon`ger noun [ See Costard .] An apple seller; a hawker of, or dealer in, any kind of fruit or vegetables; a fruiterer. [ Written also costardmonger .]
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Costermonger

A costermonger is an itinerant dealer in fruit, vegetables, fish etc. deriving the name from costard, a favourite apple. The London costermongers were viewed as useful at relieving the markets when glutted during the 19th century.
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costermonger

a street peddler, usually selling fruits or vegetables. An estimated 12,000 costermongers vied for patrons on London streets in the 1850s.
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Costermonger

Originally a costermonger was a seller of apples, the term came to mean a seller of fruit and vegetables and later any eatables traded around the streets.
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costermonger

[n] - a hawker of fruit and vegetables from a barrow
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