The shortcomings of the clergy had long been part of the stock-in-trade of almost all the Deistical writers.
Sensations, personalities and fiction are its stock-in-trade.
The stock-in-trade of an East-end photographer is not a very elaborate one.
These are the stock-in-trade of the landsman; they were too real for the sailor to sing about.
Ker was a worthless adventurer, whose good looks and ready tongue were his only stock-in-trade.
But the picture was Wyndham's backbone; it was his stock-in-trade before his world.
Religion is, as it were, part of his stock-in-trade, and he is accustomed to parade it before strangers.
It had not wanted more than a small wagon to contain his stock-in-trade.
We are apt to look upon it as, in some sense, our stock-in-trade, and to forget to apply it to ourselves.
It'll be stock-in-trade to me, no doubt, for an unborn drama.