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Definition of "retailed" [retailed]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of retail. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "retailed" in a sentence
  • ""This area has not only some of the best demographics in the country, but is extremely under-retailed as well," Andrew Silberfein , executive vice president and director of finance and retail development at Forest City Ratner, said in a statement."
  • "The devices originally retailed for $799 and $499, respectively, when they were released earlier this year."
  • "Today, I wanted to focus on one particular race where this idea has been retailed: the role Mike Castle's vote for the ACES played in his primary defeat."
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