shop window

NOUN
  1. a window of a store facing onto the street; used to display merchandise for sale in the store
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How To Use shop window In A Sentence

  • he posted signs in all the shop windows
  • He saw himself reflected in the water/mirror/shop window.
  • (they are catalogued for us, and placed in rows in the shop windows); we purchase _lachryma Christi_ by the dozen; and, for a few sous, may become possessed of the whole paraphernalia of the Holy Manger. Normandy Picturesque
  • The Three Horseshoes Mall has seen an increase in crime including broken drainpipes, smashed bottles and graffiti daubed on shop windows.
  • ‘The city is much the same as many others in my time,’ she said looking at a perfumery shop window, the expression of her eyes were not so detached from reality as before.
  • Eighteenth-century prints caricature George III as a farmer, laugh at Hanoverian German accents – yet the same crowds who laughed at the printshop windows turned out loyally for coronations.
  • He caught a glimpse of the man's face in a shop window.
  • Please post up this advertisement for our concert in your shop window.
  • When you glimpse your face in a shop window it appears as if you're struggling with some incredibly vexing problem. Times, Sunday Times
  • The shop window display of kilts, sporrans and skean-dhu daggers proclaimed that here was a York shop for York people.
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