shoe store

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

  • If a shoe is very uncomfortable while you're in the shoe store, insoles can provide a limited amount of comfort, but won't necessarily make the shoe comfortable.
  • There are a lot of foreign shoe stores have a big yard sale.
  • I strolled down Newbury Street past the tony shoe stores and little restaurants. THE DUTCH BLUE ERROR
  • The vinyl shoes you see in discount shoe stores are an inferior good for most people. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice
  • The shoe store is across from the bank.
  • The vinyl shoes you see in discount shoe stores are an inferior good for most people. Microeconomics: Price Theory in Practice
  • I could have played with it right after I got home from having my feet fluoroscoped at the shoe store. Bad toys. Really bad toys.
  • You can also find a similar pair of moccasins at a trendy men's shoe store near you.
  • How do I get to the shoe store?
  • I discovered that shoes could be stretched by: the shoemaker; a shoetree-like device bought by mail-order; by soaking new shoes in "shoe-stretch" and wearing them around the house with sweat socks, and I frequented depressing shoe stores that advertised specials for wide and long feet. Jane Barowitz: The Sisterhood of Women with Big Feet
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