Synonyms for Retail:


reveal, give away, leak, lay something bare, betray, tell, let (it) slip, offload, spill the beans, disclose. sell, credit rating, aftermarket, merchandise, merchant, detail, call, transactions, customer care, cross-selling, direct marketing, handle, cold call, vend, buyer's market, peddle, churn rate. move, launch, hawk, stock, carry, push. at cost, first refusal, mail order, freemium, down, open market, BOGOF. consumable, cash-and-carry, commercial, custom-made, brand name, custom, cut rate, commercially, custom-built, branded. fetch, come, go/sell like hot cakes, go for, outsell, come/go under the hammer, sell out, go.


direct (verb)
local, by the piece, to the consumer, by the package, by the pound, in small quantities, in small lots, singly.
sell (verb)
market, hawk, peddle.

Other synonyms:

sell out, mail order, first refusal, open market, hawk, commercial, freemium, BOGOF, sell. peddle, vend, outsell, merchandise. fetch. launch. handle. push, stock. carry. come, go for. move. down. go. market
Other relevant words:
hawk, push, go, launch, commercial, reveal, betray, outsell, merchant, peddle, BOGOF, merchandise, handle, carry, detail, tell, sell, freemium, vend, stock, move, down, sell out.

Usage examples for retail

  1. " When I started in takin' lessons from the Rising Sun Deteckative Agency's Correspondence School of Deteckating," said Mr. Gubb solemnly, " I aimed to do a strictly retail business in deteckating, and let the wholesale alone." – Philo Gubb Correspondence-School Detective by Ellis Parker Butler
  2. Mrs Trevor had had a trying day, and several of her worries must of necessity be discussed with her husband later on, but she would allow no hint of them to escape until he had been fed and rested, and in the same manner all the children searched their memories for the pleasantest event which they had experienced to retail for his benefit. – Betty Trevor by Mrs. G. de Horne Vaizey
  3. There is no doubt that high retail prices are due to the tendency of many housewives to do their buying by telephone or through their servants. – Foods That Will Win The War And How To Cook Them (1918) by C. Houston Goudiss and Alberta M. Goudiss