saleslady

[ UK /sˈe‍ɪlsle‍ɪdi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a woman salesperson
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How To Use saleslady In A Sentence

  • Yet the saleslady is a good worker considering she's a princess; even a literary commissar might regret an act of inégalité here. The Mary McCarthy Case
  • The oh-so-helpful saleslady measured my feet.
  • However, the aisle saleslady promoting shampoos and hair conditioners need not spend quite so long trying to convince totally bald men which brand they should try next.
  • We walked around the store, trailed by a bewildered saleslady, until Dr. Salama stopped in front of a mulberry-pink satin brassiere. Day of Honey
  • Tuesday, I spent much of the day recovering from crazy saleslady. Day in the Life of an Idiot
  • The saleslady compacted a neat package out of my wife's purchase.
  • The saleslady would dot my own sturdy wrist with the potion, and still my father would stand there, tapping the edge of his American Express card on the glass counter over and over again in agony. The Passion of Alec Baldwin
  • The saleslady smiled and prompted, ‘Would you like to pay for those now, so I can remove the tags?’
  • The bottle-blond saleslady stood at attention behind her, batting her eyelash extensions in polite shock. Day of Honey
  • I told his supervisor that when I bought this sofa, I bought the extended warranty SOLELY because the saleslady said when the five years were almost up, to call you guys and you would restuff the sofa and reupholster it and I'd have a BRAND NEW SOFA after five years. unclebob Diary Entry
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