a haberdasher's shop.
the goods sold there.
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How to use haberdashery in a sentence
Her father ran a haberdashery in Harlem, and her mother was a homemaker.Sonia Adler, founding editor of Washington Dossier, dies at 90 | Louie Estrada | June 4, 2021 | Washington Post
A former grand master, or president, of all Masonic lodges in the District, a local political activist and owner of a haberdashery, he immersed himself in youth-leadership programs for decades, mentoring thousands of teenagers.Jerry Samet, who died this month of covid-19, was devoted to youth-leadership programs. From that work he built a family. | Paul M. Duggan | December 10, 2020 | Washington Post
Mrs. Meldreth was a respectable elderly woman, who kept a small shop for cheap groceries and haberdashery in the village.A Life Sentence | Adeline Sergeant
Watch the sales in the autumn and the late spring for bargains in haberdashery.The Complete Bachelor | Walter Germain
The number of those who visit the museums of art is wretchedly small, compared with the crowds in the temples of haberdashery.The Education of American Girls | Anna Callender Brackett
His wife followed him—as some say, with the booty—and set up a fine shop in Pitt Street in the haberdashery line.The King's Post | R. C. Tombs
That afternoon, when Forbes was lured into the haberdashery, he had invested in black silk hosiery, very sheer and very dear.What Will People Say? | Rupert Hughes
British Dictionary definitions for haberdashery
the goods or business kept by a haberdasher
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