One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘Now, with the poverty of a Christian, Gregory is immersed in the bustle of a chafferer.’
- ‘Among their most loyal customers are laborers who earn 40 rupees a day, hip college students and even business executives who send their chafferers to pick up bags bursting with burgers.’
- ‘He turned in an instant from an outraged gentleman to an anxious chafferer recommending his goods.’
- ‘On the further side were the venders and chafferers, - old women under awnings and big umbrellas, rickety tables piled high with fruit, white caps and brown faces, blouses, sabots, donkeys.’
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