second-hand store

NOUN
  1. a shop that sells secondhand goods at reduced prices
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How To Use second-hand store In A Sentence

  • And more and more second-hand stores gather vintage clothing donated to them into a special area.
  • Thrift stores include the Salvation Army, flea markets, as well as second-hand stores.
  • Second-hand stores and pawnshops in Vancouver send in 400,000 routine reports each year on the items they purchase.
  • And more and more second-hand stores gather vintage clothing donated to them into a special area.
  • Built into the barge's old fuel tank, the green room looked like a furniture display in a second-hand store.
  • The blocks on this street between St-Laurent and St-Denis are lined with second-hand stores.
  • Meanwhile, all of us who wear these suddenly-trendy clothes out of function rather than fad should start haunting the bargain bins, because any day now the fashion world will discover that the essence of modern male is represented by something entirely different, and all those high-dollar man-duds will start getting dumped off at the second-hand store. Woolrich Chic
  • Thrift stores include the Salvation Army, flea markets, as well as second-hand stores.
  • I'm looking forward to miles of walking along the water and I love browsing through the second-hand stores and thrift shops in the area.
  • Non-profit groups across the country say they are hurting from a recession-fueled decline in thrift store donations, and the pain is being passed down to thrifty shoppers, who increasingly rely on second-hand stores to stretch in hard times. Thrift stores struggle to stay open, fund programs
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