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Definition of "traffick" [traffick]

  • Alternative spelling of traffic. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "traffick" in a sentence
  • "Thousands of them are in traffick with us in major cities twice a day during the school year."
  • "His traffick is a kind of pedlary-ware, scutchions, and pennons, and little daggers and lions, such as children esteem and gentlemen; but his penny-worths are rampant, for you may buy three whole brawns cheaper than three boar's heads of him painted."
  • "Thus in attacking Milton's position that 'a popular government was the most frugal; for the trappings of a monarchy would set up our ordinary commonwealth, 'he says,' The support and expense of a court is, for the most part, only a particular kind of traffick, by which money is circulated, without any national impoverishment. '"