- a haberdasher's shop.
- the goods sold there.
Origin of haberdashery
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Examples from the Web for haberdashery
I left him gloating over his windfall, and plunged into haberdashery.Margarita's Soul
The girl who had charge of the haberdashery asked if she could serve her.Red Rose and Tiger Lily
L. T. Meade
Watch the sales in the autumn and the late spring for bargains in haberdashery.The Complete Bachelor
I must say the suit case contained a nice assortment of haberdashery.The Adventures Of A Suburbanite
Ellis Parker Butler
Yes, it keeps everything—sweets, oil, candles and haberdashery.Dimbie and I--and Amelia
- the goods or business kept by a haberdasher
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Word Origin and History for haberdashery
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