shoe shop

NOUN
  1. a shop where shoes are sold
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How To Use shoe shop In A Sentence

  • The shoe shop is having a sale this week.
  • Her grandfather founded the chain of shoe shops that bears the family name. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are more than dumb pieces of suede, fashioned by Spanish craftsmen and sold at a bargain price in a long forgotten shoe shop in Sevilla.
  • a shopping basket over her arm, to the market to buy carrots, leeks, mackerel, and passes by chance a shoe shop, and there are the red shoes in the window -- all by themselves on a little plinth raised above the lesser footwear, the price tag coyly peeking out from the base -- and she has such a powerful urge to go in and try them on that that is what she does. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • Every street has independent shoe shops with handmade Italian shoes at amazing prices.
  • The shoe shop is having a sale this week.
  • When my shoes wear out I go to Wally's Shoe Shop to get them re - soled.
  • Her grandfather founded the chain of shoe shops that bears the family name. Times, Sunday Times
  • They run a shoe shop, which is a front for a drugs operation, with Angela delivering the ‘goods’ inside pairs of stilettos and brogues, seemingly unnoticed by the local constabulary.
  • When my shoes wear out I go to Wally's Shoe Shop to get them re - soled.
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