noun, verb (used with or without object), mer·chan·dized, mer·chan·diz·ing.
- merchant bank,
- merchant flag,
- merchant guild
Examples from the Web for merchandizing
Captain Bowes's merchandizing in the matter of exchange was as open as the issuing of rations.Andersonville, Volume 4|John McElroy
The merchandizing of more practical commodities such as potatoes, meat, middle class homes, durable clothing.
Merchandizing, manufacturing and marketing of food, clothing and shelter commodities on a large scale in world markets.
My father was a native of Bremen, who by merchandizing at Hull for some time, gained a very plentiful fortune.
So he becomes a "magnate," a man of "big business," and tends to high finance, manufacturing and merchandizing on a world-scale.
late 14c., "goods, commodities," from present participle of merchandize. Meaning "trade, commerce" is from mid-15c. That of "promotion of goods for sale" is from 1922.