Etymology
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peddle (v.)

"to retail, to sell in small quantities" (trans.), 1837, a colloquial back-formation from peddler. Earlier in intransitive sense of "travel about retailing small wares" (1530s). Related: Peddled; peddling. Peddling as "trifling, petty, insignificant" is by 1590s.

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Definitions of peddle

peddle (v.)
sell or offer for sale from place to place;
Synonyms: monger / huckster / hawk / vend / pitch
From wordnet.princeton.edu