open-air market

NOUN
  1. a public marketplace where food and merchandise is sold
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How To Use open-air market In A Sentence

  • The open-air market is pumping an assortment of useless bric-a-brac out to its furthermost reaches.
  • My parents have a vacation house in the East of France, and when they're there, they go shopping at the open-air market in Gerardmer, a pretty lakeside town nearby.
  • To isolate harmful food, inspectors from 82 municipal laboratories armed with spectroscopes and radiation detectors comb the city's 69 open-air markets.
  • We pick up some cigars and duty-free liquor, then wander through the open-air marketplace.
  • The guitar Dickie had bought at one of those nighttime open-air markets where twenty-dollar "Rolex" watches and ten-dollar "Gucci" loafers were sold, and to the untrained eye, it looked exactly like a dandy Martin D-28, right down to the herringbone purfling. Villa Incognito
  • Identify any dishes you must try - a porchetta sandwich at the open-air market - and any you may want to avoid.
  • As Victor stalks Rose, however, he's amused by her insouciant thievery in an open-air market and, even if he doesn't know it, beguiled by her beauty. Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: Wild Target
  • Big sleek black Nonius horses - another speciality of the Hortobágy - were stamping and whickering to each other as we wandered around the open-air market on the puszta near the village.
  • There was one of us being reunited, another of us walking through an open-air market, and the final of us on the beach, posing in some goofy position.
  • Centenary Square, for example, would be an ideal place for regular themed open-air markets.
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