How to Pronounce cadger?

Correct pronunciation for the word "cadger" is [kˈad͡ʒə], [kˈad‍ʒə], [k_ˈa_dʒ_ə].

"Cadger" in context

A cadger is a type of trader who goes door-to-door selling items or services. These traders often carry their wares in a basket or a cart, and would often travel long distances in order to make a sale. Cadgers were often regarded as a nuisance because of their aggressive selling tactics and their refusal to leave when asked by a customer. Historically, cadgers often sold miscellaneous items such as buttons, hair pins, buckles, needles, and combs. Additionally, they may have also sold other goods, such as matchboxes and candlesticks.

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