But they keep peddling them like a costermonger selling rotten fruit.
And the costermonger will rise to the political position of an important tradesman.
He is a power in the land, though he does eat like a costermonger.
You remember the costermonger whose family quarrelled with him for marrying beneath him?
Why, a costermonger with his donkey might as well talk of his 'steed.'
He has been hostler, costermonger, and taverner, and sings the delights of the city.
Some rich men there are who have less taste than a costermonger.
A costermonger is ignorant of such a place as Birmingham, but understands you in a moment if you talk of Brummagem.
It is a costermonger's donkey-cart which was racing the van.
The French costermonger has the more appropriate name of marchand des quatre saisons.