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Definition of "bargainer" [bar•gain•er]

  • A person who makes a bargain (noun)

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Use "bargainer" in a sentence
  • "Here's a guy who's what I call a bargainer who's giving whites the benefit of the doubt."
  • "Mr. Obama, by contrast, is what Mr. Steele describes as a bargainer, a black who appeals to the white majority by agreeing not to play up the nation's shameful racial history in return for not having his skin color held against him."
  • "BARGAIN [1] AND SALE, in English law, a contract whereby property, real or personal, is transferred from one person -- called the bargainer -- to another -- called the bargainee -- for a [v. 03 p. 0399] valuable consideration; but the term is more particularly used to describe a mode of conveyance of lands."