Verb(1) sell or offer for sale from place to place
(1) A former town centre security guard who rented a car for drug dealers to use to peddle heroin across Swindon has been jailed for a year.(2) The court heard she continued to peddle heroin after her arrest, and was on a conditional discharge and probation for two separate offences of shoplifting during the drug crimes.(3) My first reaction was to think, ├ö├ç├┐Here's some Neanderthal guy trying to peddle outdated gender stereotypes.├ö├ç├û(4) I could be running out of the hospital now to peddle pharmacy-fresh methadone to junkies on the street.(5) I believe it is unreasonable for people who have obviously never been to the city to peddle their stereotypical views as facts.(6) They took to the streets of the inner city to wash cars, sell cakes, peddle perfume, polish shoes and give massages and manicures, all in a bid to make a quick buck.(7) Hundreds of vendors peddle everything from mutton kebabs and beef soup to fried twisted dough and steamed rose cakes.(8) Over the past 10 years or so, I have noted the return of Syrian and Lebanese immigrants who peddle goods up and down the country - on foot.(9) Pushers peddle drugs hidden inside cigarette boxes spread out on the sidewalk.(10) A plethora of street vendors enthusiastically peddle their wares a bottle's throw from the two pubs.(11) Teenagers are being recruited by hardcore London-based criminal gangs to peddle drugs on the streets of Swindon.(12) Trafficking is linked to international crime syndicates that peddle drugs, guns and false documents as well as people.(13) The whole thing reinforced my opposition to drugs and those who peddle them.(14) They reveal so many surprising and new facts that it is a damning indictment of the usual histories that are peddled in schools and colleges.(15) And in particular, this kind of bad science is being peddled for political ends, which makes it especially pressing to deplore it.(16) Hatred, they argue, is seldom if ever a grassroots movement, but is ├ö├ç├┐culturally propagated├ö├ç├û, that is, peddled by the chattering classes.
1. sell ::
2. advocate ::
3. monger ::
Different Formspeddle, peddled, peddles, peddling
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