[ UK /sˈe‍ɪlzmən/ ]
[ US /ˈseɪɫzmən/ ]
  1. a man salesperson
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How To Use salesman In A Sentence

  • Norman Neal Williams had been a transient, they learned, an itinerant vitamin salesman with no known relatives. MORE TALES OF THE CITY
  • But most of all, he's a "supersalesman," in the words of his leading political rival. The Knight Errant
  • His request was rejected and he subsequently lost his job as a salesman. Times, Sunday Times
  • In order for to find out if a suit jacket was sewn or glued, simply ask your tailor or the salesman you're consulting.
  • The salesman can get commission on everything he sells.
  • It's a relatively new political tack for the former plastics and packaging salesman from Ohio, who has exceeded all other House members in collections from Wall Street - with more than $2.9 million - and also ranks at or near the top of members favored by large health insurers, oil firms, student lenders, drug manufacturers, and food and beverage companies, according to tallies of campaign disclosures. Boehner reaches out to the tea party
  • The salesman finds it easy to take in old ladies.
  • I was captured by his brilliant salesmanship.
  • Berns studied classical piano as a child, and worked as a record salesman, music copyist and session pianist in his teens and twenties.
  • This salesman outsells his colleagues
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