junk shop

NOUN
  1. a shop that sells cheap secondhand goods
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How To Use junk shop In A Sentence

  • Our minds are cluttered junk shops. Christianity Today
  • An old china pot or bowl bought in a junk shop and filled with potpourri can prove a hit.
  • One of the oblique ways of telling what a new place is like is to see what sort of books are in the junk shop. Times, Sunday Times
  • An old china pot or bowl bought in a junk shop and filled with potpourri can prove a hit.
  • Buy a recycled shelving unit from a junk shop and paint it, rather than having one made. Times, Sunday Times
  • Our minds are cluttered junk shops. Christianity Today
  • One of the oblique ways of telling what a new place is like is to see what sort of books are in the junk shop. Times, Sunday Times
  • This china came from a junk shop.
  • Most amenities are within walking distance, however, the amount of empty storefronts and junk shops is astounding.
  • Garbage mounds and junk shops hem in the lake, its murky waters shared by lilies and plastic bottles.
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