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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  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."