In today's pushcart economy, every price is negotiable—from cars and electronics to cashmere sweaters and fine jewelry.
The man who played him, Benjamin Busch, served two tours in Iraq for the Marines and was twice nominated for the pushcart Prize.
But now that we are again living in a pushcart economy, we ought to get our act together.
Mrs. Pelz was busy at a pushcart, picking over some spotted apples, when she heard the clamor of an approaching crowd.
Anyone hearing you would think we were still in the pushcart district.
"That Schnorrer ain't got money enough to stock a pushcart, let alone a restaurant," he jeered.
The Italian with the pushcart was haw-hawing and holding his sides.
It was a case of sendin' a boy with a pushcart to bring home a grand piano.
If temptation had come that way in the shape of a pushcart with pineapples—we are all human!
The furniture could have been carried away on a pushcart, but no pushcart man would have removed it as a gift.