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wardrober
 n.— «Reports from south of the border say some U.S. retailers are using computer tracking to weed out habitual refunders, “wardrobers” (who buy clothes, wear them, then bring them back) and downright crooks.» —“Mostly happy returns for Canadians: Refunds, exchanges Unlike U.S. retailers, firms here tend to have buyer-friendly policies” by Sheila McGovern Gazette (Montreal, Can.) Nov. 23, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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