a market in which goods and services are scarce and prices relatively high.
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- seller's market,
- seller's option,
- sellers screw thread,
- sellick's maneuver,
- selling climax,
- selling floor,
- selling point
Compare buyers' market.
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a market in which demand exceeds supply and sellers can influence prices
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