Umbrellas sell well.
The tooth fairy teaches children that they can sell body parts for money.
Parents also arrange marriages, which is a polite way of saying that they sell or trade their children.
The business of the journalist is to destroy the truth, to lie outright, to pervert, to vilify, to fawn at the feet of Mammon, and to sell his country and his race for his daily bread.
A neutral country is a country that doesn't sell weapons to a warring country, unless you pay cash.
Every year, the organisation organises a number of meetings of volunteers who go door-to-door to sell Frisian books.
At that time, the city is full of people who'll either try to sell you drugs, steal your pizza, or ask you for change.
Investing money in your home has some merit; when it is time to sell it you can get more money.
Don't get taken in by their advertising; I don't see how they can sell something like that for that price.
Do you like your christmas present? Otherwise just sell it.
I did two humiliating Saturday jobs. The first was selling vacuum cleaners door to door.
Fiction novels sell better than reality. In fact, reality doesn't sell at all.
I was surprised to come across vending machines that sell cans of coffee, where you can even choose between hot and cold ones.
We'd better try to sell or give away all these white elephants we've collected.
English word "vender"(sell) occurs in sets:1000 most common Portuguese words - part 3Portuguese words: Top 500 Verbs 26 - 50 - 500 verb...Inglês de 1 a 1001 a 100 verbosVerbs regular