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To forestall the market

to buy or contract for merchandise or provision on its way to market, with the intention of selling it again at a higher price; to dissuade persons from bringing their goods or provisions there; or to persuade them to enhance the price when there. This was an offense at law in England until 1844.
- Burrill.

See also: Forestall

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To fly around
To fly at
To fly in the face of
To fly off
To fly on
To fly open
To fly out
To fob off
To follow suit
To follow the hounds
To follow up
To fool away
To foot a bill
To foot it
To foreclose a mortgage
To foreclose a mortgager
-- To forestall the market --
To forget one's self
To fork over
To form on
To forswear one's self
To freeze up
To freshen ballast
To freshen the hawse
To freshen the way
To fret the gizzard
To fritter away
To frizzle up
To fume away
To funk out
To gain ground
To gain on
To gain over
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