Definition of Perishables

1. Noun. (plural of perishable) ¹



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Definition of Perishables

1. perishable [n] - See also: perishable

Lexicographical Neighbors of Perishables

periscopic
periscopic lens
periscopic meniscus
periscopically
periselectivities
periselectivity
periselene
periseptal annulus
perish
perish the thought
perishabilities
perishability
perishable
perishableness
perishablenesses
perishables (current term)
perishably
perished
perisher
perishers
perishes
perishest
perisheth
perishing
perishingly
perishment
perishments
perisht
perisigmoiditis
perisinuous

Literary usage of Perishables

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Marketing Perishable Farm Products by Arthur Barto Adams (1916)
"CHAPTER II THE PRESENT SYSTEM OF MARKETING perishables IT was shown in Chapter I that the present system of marketing perishable farm produce is a great ..."

2. Rural Sociology by John Morris Gillette (1922)
"At least 25 per cent of the perishables which arrive at the wholesale markets ... The greater proportion of the perishables which are consumed in the cities ..."

3. "Cape Times" Law Reports: A Record of Every Matter Disposed of in the by Cape of Good Hope (South Africa). Supreme Court (1906)
"Amongst the stock-in-trade were certain perishables, which must be disposed of or attended to at once, and it was necessary that provisional trustees should ..."

4. Joint Report with Comprehensive Plan and Recommendations by William Russell Willcox (1920)
"The Commission has no figures available as to the quantity of perishables brought to the markets by local farmers on their own trucks, but is certain that ..."

5. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Agriculture, California State Commission of Horticulture (1909)
"The work of collecting the data of the tonnage of perishables reaching San ... Virtually all perishables reaching the city by rail and a very large share of ..."

6. Labor in Politics: Or, Class Versus Country; Consideration for American Voters by Charles Norman Fay (1920)
"The remainder of human labor—not a very large part of it, say one tenth — is spent in producing im- perishables, so called, like gold and jewels; ..."

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