[ US /ˈbʊkˌʃɑp/ ]
[ UK /bˈʊkʃɒp/ ]
  1. a shop where books are sold
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How To Use bookshop In A Sentence

  • This was just a few years after Lord Byron woke to find Child Harold's Pilgrimage in the bookshops and himself famous, as it were, overnight.
  • They grew up within walking distance of the countryside and spent much of their time either rambling or in the local bookshop. Times, Sunday Times
  • It is said that Scheiner, on hearing this in a Rome bookshop, turned purple and shook violently.
  • Haven't had a chance to visit the other newer bookshops in kl, since I'm hardly in m'sia and I don't come from kl. A Quick Guide to Bookshop Chains
  • By a stroke of luck I came across it in a local bookshop.
  • I spent Sunday afternoon poking around an old bookshop.
  • I owned a bookshop and desired to expand the business.
  • Where to Stay guides are available from good bookshops everywhere.
  • In second-hand bookshops around Melbourne you can still find copies of his grandfather's sermons.
  • Madison’s Main Street is treasured for its art cinema and an independent bookshop that plays host to top authors and bejewels its heavy wooden cases with staff-scrawled book recommendations. Beauty and the Beach
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