shopping mall

  1. mercantile establishment consisting of a carefully landscaped complex of shops representing leading merchandisers; usually includes restaurants and a convenient parking area; a modern version of the traditional marketplace
    they spent their weekends at the local malls
    a good plaza should have a movie house
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How To Use shopping mall In A Sentence

  • Amr Nabil/Associated Press An army tank guarded a fire-damaged shopping mall. Egypt Opposition Ramps Up Pressure
  • Billboards advertising assorted Americana jostle for position with US-style shopping malls and brash, brutalist hotels.
  • He just bought this short - sleeved shirt in the shopping mall.
  • The shopping mall opens and the nearby high street is turned instantly into a wasteland of building societies and vomit. Times, Sunday Times
  • Wood has given way to cement as the main building material, and new forms of architecture include high-rise buildings for offices and residences, and air-conditioned shopping malls.
  • However, that is an attitude that is shaped by my very Western lifestyle wherein Western grocery stores have no such thing as food courts attached to them wolfing down a sandwich slapped together at the Boar's Head deli counter while waiting in the Express checkout line does not count as a food court, and food courts in shopping malls are teeming with screaming, disobedient children, making for a highly unenjoyable, stressful decision-making process between deep-fried hot dogs impaled on sticks and peddled by pimple-faced Rain-bo Brites and the less arterially noxious chicken "patty" that has been breaded, deep-fried, and smeared with diet mayo. Tampopo - A Crunky Quickie at the Market
  • Instead, the film cuts to some months ahead as Everett encounters Beechum at a local shopping mall.
  • They're fed up with going to shopping malls and coffee shops. Times, Sunday Times
  • While shopping malls aren't known for their creative floral displays, these plants certainly won't look as fake and plasticky in your home as they do in the food court.
  • Pull into an upscale shopping mall and the pampered car gets parked just outside the door by the valet.
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