barker /ˈbɑːkə/


I. noun

‹informal› a tout at an auction, sideshow, etc., who calls out to passers-by to attract custom.
– origin late Middle English: from bark1 + -er1. The original sense was ‘a person or animal that barks; a noisy protestor’, hence the current sense (late 17th cent.).

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