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Synonyms for sell

trade

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deal in

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be priced at

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be bought

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promote

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sell out: be bought up

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sell out: betray your ideals

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  • betray your ideals
  • abandon your principles
  • demean yourself
  • degrade yourself

sell out of something

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  • run out of
  • be fresh out of
  • be cleaned out of
  • be out of stock of

sell someone short: swindle

sell someone short: underestimate

Synonyms for sell

to succeed in causing (a person) to act in a certain way

sell for: to achieve (a certain price)

sell for: to require a specified price

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sell off: to get rid of completely by selling, especially in quantity or at a discount

sell out: to get rid of completely by selling, especially in quantity or at a discount

sell out: to be treacherous to

Synonyms for sell

the activity of persuading someone to buy

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be sold at a certain price or in a certain way

persuade somebody to accept something

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give up for a price or reward

be approved of or gain acceptance

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be responsible for the sale of

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deliver to an enemy by treachery

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At no time during the years in issue did ME hire brokers or attempt to advertise or sell any part of its property.
In Washington, D.C., street vendors sell books outside the Farragut North and Foggy Bottom Metro train stations, said Karibu co-owner Brother Yao.
Peering from their upstairs bedroom window, the Sells saw Bad Brave standing next to their front door, which was wide open.
"You should sell an individual stock because you are not confident of the future of the company," advises Pat Dorsey, director of stock analysis at Morningstar Inc.
It argued that Section 10(b) was "designed to encompass the infinite variety of devices by which undue advantage may be taken of investors and others." The SEC thought it was inherently "unfair" for the broker to sell shares when he knew that the people buying them did not have the same information he had.
We at the Center for Cognitive Liberty & Ethics, a civil liberties nonprofit organization that filed a friend of the court brief on Sell's behalf, saw an opportunity for the Court to uphold Sell's freedom of thought as a First Amendment right.
"They used to sell pizzas or candy bars at a profit of 50 cents each."
If the investor wanted downside protection below $55 through the end of the year, he could purchase January expiration 55-strike puts for $4 per share and sell January expiration 70-strike calls at $4 per share.
Technically, agents do not sell self-insured or ERISA plans.
you have to have the proper technology to sell and deliver the information ...
In the prosecution of cases we have to have someone witness the sale of the "dope," as they call it, then an analysis made, as they sell other substances closely resembling cocaine, whenever they are at all suspicious of the purchase.
Now I've gone to the "other side": I represent the owners of long-term care facilities who are seeking to sell. They want and are entitled to the highest selling price the market will tolerate.
Your product was yourself, and you worked hard to sell it.
In order to raise money for its other operations, it decided to sell the automotive division, which it did by transferring the assets of that division to a new corporation and making a public offering of that corporation's stock.
All of these statements reflect the Board's long-standing policy that when banks sell uninsured investment products to their customers they should do so in a manner that clearly distinguishes these products from insured deposits.