trade journal


noun
  1. a periodical containing new developments, discussions, etc, concerning a trade or profession

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How to use trade journal in a sentence

  • "Whatever price is fixed it is impossible to get stone in any quantity," says a building trade journal.

  • On a small round table in front of him were pens and paper and a copy of the trade journal.

    The Golden Web | Anthony Partridge
  • There also emanates from this department a monthly trade journal, conducted under the auspices of the firm.

    Baltimore Hats | William T. Brigham
  • On certain days of the week I employ myself in editing a trade journal that has to do with haberdashery.

    The Mahatma and the Hare | H. Rider Haggard
  • Why you can't write and do without the authors' trade-journal!

    The Fiction Factory | John Milton Edwards