a counter or area in a retail store where merchandise is sold at reduced prices.
“Ask him if there’s a bargain counter anywhere in the dining-room,” whispered Peaches.
You Should Worry Says John Henry George V. Hobart
What I learned from Pauline was that most of it came by way of the bargain counter.
A Woman of Genius Mary Austin
Only by its sufferance of the bargain counter and of sweatshop-made goods has the nuisance existed as long as it has.
A Ten Year War Jacob A. Riis
Now, see here—I ‘m not on the bargain counter for money or anything else.
Beth Norvell Randall Parrish
There’s a lovely pattern on the bargain counter at Shell’s for fourteen cents, all over roses.
Just Sixteen. Susan Coolidge
You can not buy it on a bargain counter; it is a staple product and demands full value–the sublimest qualities of your being.
A Fleece of Gold Charles Stewart Given
I am not going to put myself on the bargain counter any longer by going around as though I had a skim milk opinion of myself.
The Victorious Attitude Orison Swett Marden
Only by its sufferance of the bargain counter and of sweat-shop-made goods has the nuisance existed as long as it has.
The Battle with the Slum Jacob A. Riis.
Im going shopping with itshopping for some bargain counter health, replied the tall boy.
The Last of the Flatboats George Cary Eggleston
During all this time a middle-aged woman had been sitting on a stool beside the bargain counter.
Lucy Maud Montgomery Short Stories, 1907 to 1908 Lucy Maud Montgomery
- Bargaining chip
something, as a concession or inducement, that can be used in negotiating. Contemporary Examples That victory for the tab became a bargaining chip in all future dealings with the superstar. I Warned You About Bill Cosby in 2007 Mark Ebner November 19, 2014 Instead of seeing it as a bargaining chip, perhaps we should treat […]
- Bargaining unit
a group of employees represented by a union in collective bargaining. noun a specific group of employees who are covered by the same collective agreement or set of agreements and represented by the same bargaining agent or agents
- Bar gemel
a charge consisting of two barrulets separated by an area the width of a barrulet.
- Bar girl
a barmaid. B-girl. a female prostitute who frequents bars in search of customers. noun (mainly US) an attractive girl employed by the management of a bar to befriend male customers and encourage them to buy drinks