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Use "poulterer" in a sentence
"The weekly market there had stalls of every description—lace makers with their intricate wares, whip makers and other purveyors of fine leather, a poulterer, a farmer with fat piglets to sell."
"A lame one in his lofty tricks; he sleeps a-horseback, like a poulterer."
"Mrs. Lee is an energetic woman in her forties with a handsome face that animates when she talks about her passion: the Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, which she bought ten years ago in a state near rubble, with 33 people squatting in its 38 rooms, including a poulterer with his roosters, a school teacher, a laundress, rickshaw drivers, waiters and others in a raggedy collection of freeloaders."