One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A person who sells flowers, typically from a stall on a street.‘flower sellers shouted their wares’
- ‘The boy had been stalking him for three days, masquerading as a flower seller across the road from his house.’
- ‘The flower seller beneath the gaslit lamppost is pinning a buttonhole to the lapel of a gentleman's jacket.’
- ‘This is where mothers walk their baby buggies and the flower sellers set up their stalls.’
- ‘The railway station was sealed off for over three hours after a possible sighting of him by a flower seller.’
- ‘In the meantime, the rising death toll is a veiled blessing for the local flower sellers.’
- ‘She was a strong Eliza, achieving the transformation from flower seller to "princess" very well.’
- ‘Police hunting robbers who attacked a flower seller today told how the victim risked his life by running into a busy road to escape.’
- ‘There is only a fish trader left at the weekly market, but a new flower seller is expected to join.’
- ‘There are many street musicians, artists, and flower sellers.’
- ‘This is where the city's beloved flower sellers are.’
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