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Market, 1) public place for buying and selling: “search the m.” Per. IV, 2, 3. Per. IV, 2, 3 Per. IV, 2, 3
2) purchase and sale in a public place: “he ended the m.” LLL III, 111 (in allusion to the proverb: three women and a goose make a market). “meetings, --s, fairs,” V, 2, 318. “the right butter-women's rank to m.” As III, 2, 104. “you are not for all --s,” III, 5, 60. “I run before my horse to m.” R3 I, 1, 160 (== I count my chickens before they are hatched). “I can buy me twenty at any m.” Mcb. IV, 2, 40.
3) purchase, bargain: “your store is not for idle --s,” Tw. III, 3, 46. “what is a man, if his chief good and m. of his time be but to sleep and feed?” Hml. IV, 4, 34.
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