He looked, that dreadful afternoon, as if he had just come from his barber, tailor and haberdasher.
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I had almost omitted to add, that he was a ladies' haberdasher.
Won't your ancestors turn over in their graves at having a haberdasher at Guenn Oaks?
This Madame Menoux was a haberdasher in the neighborhood and a great friend of Celeste's.
The professor turned his ineffectual gaze on the haberdasher, and there was a startlingly ironic smile on his face.
I will not come between you and your haberdasher, Mr. Ericson.
In thus complaining her object perhaps was to extract from the haberdasher as large a present as possible.
Halliwell-Phillips is in error in stating that Gilbert was a London haberdasher.
My idea was in perfect unison with that of my hosier and haberdasher.
early 14c., "seller of various small articles of trade" (late 13c. as a surname), agent noun from Anglo-French hapertas "small wares," also a kind of fabric, of unknown origin. Sense of "dealer in men's wares" is 1887 in American English, via intermediate sense of "seller of caps."