haberdasher

IPA: hˈæbɝdæʃɝ

noun

  • A dealer in ribbons, buttons, thread, needles and similar sewing goods.
  • (US) A men's outfitter.
  • (Britain) A member of the Worshipful Company of Haberdashers, a livery company.

Examples of "haberdasher" in Sentences

  • Bishop's father was a watchmaker and haberdasher.
  • Sam is her gay haberdasher neighbor and theatre director.
  • The entire Raleigh Haberdasher chain closed by the end of 1992.
  • He became a haberdasher and involved himself with public affairs.
  • A draper may additionally operate as a cloth merchant or a haberdasher.
  • A haberdasher's shop or the items sold therein are called haberdashery.
  • The UFO foil haberdasher might get to established user status quite quickly.
  • A local haberdasher and his accomplice were captured and tried for the attacks.
  • But when I did that earlier today (not for "haberdasher") I noticed that the usual source,
  • If I were a Democrat, I'd salute Harry S. Truman, the Missouri haberdasher who … whoa, "haberdasher"!
  • From Mrs. Denyse he had heard the story of the pushing young "haberdasher," and his suspicions identified the newcomer.
  • But, in the times we write of, the hosiers, the glovers, the hatters, the mercers, the milliners, and all who dealt in the miscellaneous wares now termed haberdasher's goods, were to be found in this narrow alley.
  • But, in the times we write of, the hosiers, the glovers, the hatters, the mercers, the milliners, and all who dealt in the miscellaneous wares now termed haberdasher’s goods, were to be found in this narrow alley.
  • Out of interest I was looking up the origin and meaning of the word 'haberdasher' and it seems to be a place where men's clothing was sold so I'm not quite sure how I now view it as a place to find sewing notions.
  • From the Trinity House record it appears that Prickett was "a land man put in by the Adventurers"; and in the court records he is described, most incongruously, as a "haberdasher" -- facts which place him, as his own very remarkable narrative places him, on a level much above that of the ordinary seamen of Hudson's time.

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