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Synonyms for sale

auction

for sale

on sale

Synonyms

  • going cheap
  • reduced
  • at a discount
  • at a reduced price

Synonyms for sale

a particular instance of selling

the general activity of selling

the state of being purchasable

Related Words

an agreement (or contract) in which property is transferred from the seller (vendor) to the buyer (vendee) for a fixed price in money (paid or agreed to be paid by the buyer)

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Come, Trumbull, this is too bad--you've been putting some old maid's rubbish into the sale," murmured Mr.
This was not one of the sales indicating the depression of trade; on the contrary, it was due to Mr.
said the salesman; "no whimpering here,--the sale is going to begin.
One sees girls and mothers crying, at these sales, always
Specifically, by allowing an in-state seller to source a sale based on origin and collect sales taxes determined by the local origin rate, the tax paid may be lower than the tax paid on a sale made by an out-of-state seller of the same item and to the same customer.
The fourth quarter median sale price of $270,000 was $10,000 or 4 percent higher than the $260,000 median of the fourth quarter of 1995.
The California Court of Appeal affirmed the trial court's holding that delivery to a buyer in California is not a California sale within the meaning of Rev.
In this instance, tax may be charged only on the sale of parts, not on labor.
In contrast, a "prewritten program" is "a computer program prepared, held or existing for general or repeated sale or lease, including a computer program developed for in-house use and subsequently sold or leased to unrelated third parties.
825 million dollar sale of 20 Fast 78th Street to a member of the Getty family exceeded only the $6.
The courts have developed two approaches in determining whether the sale of business assets produces business or nonbusiness income under UDITPA.
Publisher/Ad Mgr: Sterling Allen Editor: Jim Eardley Sales rep: National Account Representative--J.
Callahan-Ressler, Gail, VP Sales, Hill-Rom Company, IN
Since congressional Republicans haven't decided upon a unified strategy for replacing the current Internal Revenue Code, flat tax and sales tax advocates will spend the next couple of years vying for the hearts and minds of Americans who want genuine reform.
New Toolkit Provides Necessary Criteria for Evaluating Sales ROI