a sale of miscellaneous articles, old or new, as items contributed to raise money for charity, of unclaimed goods at a wharf or warehouse, or of odds and ends of merchandise at a shop.
a sale of miscellaneous articles, usually cheap and predominantly secondhand, in aid of charity Also called (in Britain and certain other countries) jumble sale
(US) a sale of unclaimed property or unsold stock
verb (used with object), rummaged, rummaging. 1. to search thoroughly or actively through (a place, receptacle, etc.), especially by moving around, turning over, or looking through contents. 2. to find, bring, or fetch by searching (often followed by out or up). verb (used without object), rummaged, rummaging. 3. to search actively, as in a place […]
noun 1. a large drinking glass or cup. noun 1. a drinking glass, typically having an ovoid bowl on a short stem
noun 1. any of various card games for two, three, or four players, each usually being dealt seven, nine, or ten cards, in which the object is to match cards into sets and sequences. noun, plural rummies. 1. Slang. a drunkard. adjective 2. of or like rum. adjective, rummier, rummiest. Chiefly British Slang. 1. odd; […]
noun 1. a story or statement in general circulation without confirmation or certainty as to facts: a rumor of war. 2. gossip; hearsay: Don’t listen to rumor. 3. Archaic. a continuous, confused noise; clamor; din. verb (used with object) 4. to circulate, report, or assert by a rumor: It is rumored that the king is […]