(1) There was its corn market down the main street, with hum of chaffering over open sacks.(2) Room is left for the ‘higgling of the market’, but, for Proudhon, this is no metaphor; he really means the higgling of the market, the chaffering in the village square between the man selling a cow and the man selling fodder.(3) There in Costume House Street, which is Cardiff's Covent Garden, I held the pony while the woman chaffered over boxes of kippers and crates of oranges, sacks of potatoes and all the ingredients of her picturesque calling.(4) We chaffered a good deal, but at last a bargain was struck.(5) Among their most loyal customers are laborers who earn 40 rupees a day, hip college students and even business executives who send their chafferers to pick up bags bursting with burgers.(6) Kojima Productions indirectly answered all of this chaffering by giving players the ability to choose.(7) He turned in an instant from an outraged gentleman to an anxious chafferer recommending his goods.(8) He had bought him in Sydney from a sailor for eighteen shillings and chaffered an hour over the bargain.(9) He was choosing from my videoarchive the pieces he wanted to show, discussed with the visitors and chaffered with them.(10) Now, with the poverty of a Christian, Gregory is immersed in the bustle of a chafferer .(11) On the further side were the venders and chafferers , - old women under awnings and big umbrellas, rickety tables piled high with fruit, white caps and brown faces, blouses, sabots, donkeys.(12) The liberal theory of the state, hostile to princes, rejects the princes’ greed for lands and chaffering in lands.(13) From these I reached, by way of mitigation, my recent successful piece of chaffering , and put the letter to the dealer under both examination and cross-examination.(14) The U. S. State Department last week was chaffering with the French government on this matter.