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1875, George Worsley, ''Advice to the Young!'' (page 32)
- I have more than once had to lend a commercial money to pay his fare home; as he had played shell-out and lost the lot.
1972, Alfred Eustace Parker, ''The Berkeley Police Story'' (page 133)
- Tom said that homosexuals hate “commercials,” male prostitutes, and if the homosexual was drunk and angry, he might have committed murder.
1987, Paul William Mathews, ''Male Prostitution: Two Monographs'' (page 39)
- With the commercials there is no intensity of feeling and no later animosity; there is emotional and sexual fakery, but no prolonged post-sexual bargaining. (..) Paradoxically these boys dissociate themselves from the commercials, yet engage in prostitution only when they require the money.
Of or pertaining to commerce.
1900, W. Chesnutt|Charles W. Chesnutt, ''House Behind the Cedars|The House Behind the Cedars'', Chapter I,
- A two minutes' walk brought Warwick--the name he had registered under, and as we shall call him--to the market-house, the central feature of Patesville, from both the commercial and the picturesque points of view.
Designating such an airplane flight.
(obsolete spelling of)