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The practice of reneging on an agreed deal when the seller finds that the item being sold has become more valuable in the meantime.
"I pre-ordered a Keltec KSG from a gun shop for $650 but when it finally arrived they woodbury'd me and told me I had to pay $2,000 because they could sell it for more on the internet."

Named for Woodbury Outfitters, known to have used this practice.
by SomeDude90210 January 02, 2012
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