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Answer for the clue "Barker's banter", 5 letters:
spiel

Alternative clues for the word spiel

Pitch

Leading lines?

Salesman's preparation

Hard sell, maybe

Sales pitch

Pitcher's delivery

Sales talk

Long talk

Pitchman's pitch

Second row

Hawker's line

Opening pitch

Series of selling points

Door-to-door delivery

Fast pitch

Long pitch

Infomercial presentation, e.g.

Plausible glib talk (especially useful to a salesperson)

Barker's forte

Barker's pitch

Bit of salesmanship

Barker's oratory

Line of a sort

Circus barker's pitch

Pitchman's forte

What barkers do

Carny's pitch

Barker's come-on

Barker's harangue

Line of chatter

Word definitions for spiel in dictionaries

Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun EXAMPLES FROM CORPUS ▪ Cliff was still delivering his spiel upstairs. ▪ He goes off into a little spiel . ▪ If Klepner's gonna get his job he may as well do the spiel . ▪ The officer steadied himself by grasping the windshield, but didn't miss a beat...

Wiktionary Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. 1 A lengthy and extravagant speech or argument usually intended to persuade. 2 A fast excuse or sales pitch. vb. To talk at length.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"glib speech, pitch," 1896, probably from verb (1894) meaning "to speak in a glib manner," earlier "to play circus music" (1870, in a German-American context), from German spielen "to play," from Old High German spilon (cognate with Old English spilian...

WordNet Word definitions in WordNet
n. plausible glib talk (especially useful to a salesperson) [syn: patter , line of gab ]

Wikipedia Word definitions in Wikipedia
Internationale Spieltage SPIEL , often called Essen after the city where it is held, is an annual four-day game trade fair which is also open to the public held in October (Thursday to the following Sunday) at the exhibition centre in Essen . With 910 exhibitors...

Usage examples of spiel.

The bargain basement ambience of the office lent credibility to the spiel.

Kadaver eines Hirsches das, meine ich, solltest du mir verzeihen , sondern weil meine Welt, so gut wie die deine, auf dem Spiel steht.

Jugend gewesen waren, wenn sie geglaubt hatte, sie habe ihrem Bruder ein Spiel gewinnen helfen.

When Trace rejoined her, the auctioneer had already begun his rhythmic spiel to exhort bids from the large crowd on the first item, but Pilar was still sitting under the tree.

I could, but on the day before we landed, after a long spiel by him as to what a brain Steevens must have, I finally had to burst.

The farm boy did not stop at the high-striker, and I kept my spiel unspooling as I watched him pass by, and not ten minutes later I saw a second beast.

But she quickly learned it was inefficient to try the spiel extemporaneously and resorted to the script Jackie had made for her.

Flushing, Rand launched into the spiel he had perfected at inns before this.

Die geschichtliche Wandlung der Rechts, in welcher vergangene Jahrhunderte halb ein Spiel der Zufalls und halb ein Werk vernunftelnder Willkur sahen, als gesetzmassige Entwickelung zu begreifen, war das unsterbliche Verdienst der von Mannern wie Savigny, Eichhorn und Jacob Grimm gefuhrten historischen Rechtsschule.

Gavin noticed that a student who had been nodding vigorously throughout the spiel and making approving noises strode forward to place his identification card against a reading, but he was clearly a shill, and only one or two doubtful students followed.

The farm boy did not stop at the high-striker, and I kept my spiel unspooling as I watched him pass by, and not ten minutes later I saw a second beast.

Smith bought it whole, Considine second-hand, when he ran his prerehearsed spiel on how he would completely alter his haircut and clothes to fit the role of Commie idealist.

When Catso finally finished his spiel Karney agreed to the job, not for the money, but because saying yes would get him back to the knot soonest.

Wie beim SchachSpielprogramm, bei dem die Maschine mit jedem Spiel besser wurde, war auch dieses Programm so eingerichtet, daß die Maschine für alles neue Antworten „lernen“ sollte.

Somehow, after that name had been uttered, he had ceased to listen to the remainder of Minton's governmentese spiel.