One who sells goods aggressively, especially by calling out.(noun)
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Use "hawker" in a sentence
"Such men have generally arrived at the dignity of a pack-horse – no unmixed benefit in the eyes of people driving, since most of the country horses are reduced to frenzy by the sight of the lean screw with his immense white pack – the hawker is merciless to his horse – led by the "black" man in flapping clothes and gay turban."
"The Hindu hawker is still a figure to be met frequently in the Bush – where he is, indeed, something of an institution."
"Nowadays a hawker is a pedlar, and it has been assumed, without sufficient evidence, that the word is of the same origin as huckster."