What is another word for consignors?

Pronunciation: [kɒnsɪnjˈɔːz] (IPA)

Consignors are individuals or companies that deliver goods to be sold or shipped by another party. If you're writing about consignors and need some synonyms to switch up your language, here are a few options: 1. Senders 2. Suppliers 3. Distributors 4. Merchandisers 5. Providers 6. Dispatchers 7. Shippers 8. Producers 9. Vendors 10. Exporters. These synonyms can help you diversify your writing and make it sound more professional and sophisticated.

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What are the hypernyms for Consignors?

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Usage examples for Consignors

Meanwhile the consignors had to store the coal in French yards where space to-day is almost as valuable as a corner lot on Broadway.
"The War After the War"
Isaac Frederick Marcosson
In conformity with maritime usage, the consignors demanded indemnity of the Jesuits.
"Monks, Popes, and their Political Intrigues"
John Alberger
An appeal was consequently taken to the King of France, who, deciding in favor of the consignors, demanded the Jesuits to make the required restitution.
"Monks, Popes, and their Political Intrigues"
John Alberger

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