[ US /ˈseɪɫzmənˌʃɪp/ ]
[ UK /sˈe‍ɪlzmənʃˌɪp/ ]
  1. skill in selling; skill in persuading people to buy
    he read a book on salesmanship but it didn't help
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How To Use salesmanship In A Sentence

  • March 23rd, 2010 at 6: 54 pm tombaker says: like all the other great Kabuki Grandstanders of the R party, mr. mouthbreather is trying to use his unacceptable outburst as a fundraising tool. the GOP – bringing Larry Flynt salesmanship to the hallowed halls of Congress. Think Progress » Neugebauer Won’t Apologize To House For Outburst That His GOP Colleague Calls ‘More Wrong’ Than Joe Wilson’s
  • Rein-hardt would be remembered as master of two disci-plines: science and salesmanship. The Black Hole
  • Today, the best software maintenance is part salesmanship.
  • No one remembered the man himself, but those who knew McGinnis marveled at the Mormon's salesmanship. SKINWALKERS
  • It has required a good deal of salesmanship to convince even the present number of supporters, to convince the present Council of the City of Toronto, that amalgamation is a useful and a forward step. The Metropolitan Problem
  • The more growers a group represented, the more bargaining power it had behind its salesmanship.
  • Clever salesmanship can persuade you to buy things you don't really want.
  • Seeing the programme reminded me of the best bit of salesmanship I ever heard.
  • Persuading patients to dig into their own pockets is going to demand some intense salesmanship.
  • He put his finger on our prime weakness: a gullibility to the wiles of salesmanship.
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