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Use "gouger" in a sentence
"Apart from the horrendous economics of this imagine defining a stock-market seller as a "gouger" for selling shares at the current market price rather than the price for which the stock sold on average last month, I thought that once upon a time we had Constitutional protection against retroactive legislation."
"If you raise your prices to the point where you attract a complaint, there is a pretty good chance that you will be thrashed as a gouger."
"And while Barack Obama is trying hard to shed his professorial and all-too-Stevensonian air, he's just not a good enough eye-gouger at the line of scrimmage, especially with two people teaming up against him."