I went out with my brother and his companion, first to a "haberdashery," kept by a sutler Jew on the avenue.
I left him gloating over his windfall, and plunged into haberdashery.
He began to grow impatient when he found that his third man kept a haberdashery, but, nevertheless, he went in.
The girl who had charge of the haberdashery asked if she could serve her.
His wife followed him—as some say, with the booty—and set up a fine shop in Pitt Street in the haberdashery line.
Yes, it keeps everything—sweets, oil, candles and haberdashery.
Mrs. Meldreth was a respectable elderly woman, who kept a small shop for cheap groceries and haberdashery in the village.
I am involved in a whirlwind of haberdashery, Brussels lace, diamonds.
He's got professors posting him up now in education—art and literature and haberdashery and such things.
There's a way to tote the haberdashery, and I want to get wise to it.