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Sentence count:55+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2017-03-14Updated:2020-07-24
Similar words: auctionreductiondeductioninductionabductionproductioninstructionobstructionMeaning: [‚ɔːkʃə'nɪə]  n. an agent who conducts an auction. v. sell at an auction. 
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1. The auctioneer knocked the bureau down to a furniture dealer from York.
2. 20?' called the auctioneer.
3. Benson signaled the auctioneer quietly and kicked the bid up another thousand dollars.
4. The auctioneer stated to his audience that an item has been bought in.
5. An auctioneer, at the moment of non - sale(, should be required to state plainly to his audience that an item has been bought in.
6. The auctioneer will make eye contact with the bidders, and often will identify the bidder by number or clothing.
7. It is doubtful that auctioneer John Marion had ever presided over such a disastrous start to an auction.
8. The rapid delivery of the auctioneer is keyed to a wave or nod by those bidding on the animals.
9. A brief chat with auctioneer Robert Smedley gave a good insight into a three-wheel Berkeley 160.
10. The voice of the auctioneer rang out, hushing the expectant crowd.
11. If the auctioneer is a party to the seller's conduct then he may also be sued.
12. None the less, the auctioneer does not, in the absence of a contrary agreement, warrant the vendor's title.
13. The auctioneer opened the bidding at £3,000 and it rose quickly to £4,000.
14. Christie's auctioneer Colin Sheaf mounted his rostrum in front of a wall of 1,100 blue and white vases.
15. A little man called Maurice Tarn was the auctioneer, and the sale was held in the fields alongside the Strathmore Arms.
16. If the auctioneer is not clear about a bid, he will ask.
17. Already the auctioneer was positioned outside on the lawn, a table before him and a wooden gavel in his hand.
18. Riley the auctioneer advises that Tom be taught by the Reverend Walter Stelling.
19. Chief Auctioneer, Michael Welch, suggests that silver, brass or other trinkets could well fetch a tidy sum.
20. His drawings were sold first by Greenwood, auctioneer of Leicester Square, on 16 February 1787 and seven days following.
21. The black suited auctioneer was frowning, while whispering in her ear.
22. The auctioneer called the bids.
23. The eloquent auctioneer smiled at his own ingenuity.
24. He called my name; The auctioneer called the bids.
25. The auctioneer was hanging out for a better offer.
26. I help the auctioneer, the sloven does not half know his business.
27. The stentorian tones of auctioneer, calling out to clear , now announced that the sale to commence.
28. He tried to pass off a false Dagas on the auctioneer.
29. In a physical auction such people are soon spotted by any competent auctioneer but bidding online is anonymous.
30. The items taken were later given a conservative value of £1,420 by an auctioneer.
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