shopwindow

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 shopwindow In A Sentence

  • Application range covers indoor, building, exterior wall, waterscape, riverbank, shopwindow, piazza, mark, sculpture, park, bars, stage, etc.
  • But the next step is the mannequins, that imperturbable army of shopwindow-style dolls. Times, Sunday Times
  • In those days she was a shopwindow mannequin, with no personality of her own, entirely defined by what she wore. Times, Sunday Times
  • In those days she was a shopwindow mannequin, with no personality of her own, entirely defined by what she wore. Times, Sunday Times
  • Soon after this, a shadow fell over the shopwindow and the snorting of horses and clink of harnesses was audible. The Thief Taker
  • The shopwindows in this district were full of delftware—a cross between pewter and bone in broad daylight—and slabs of Belgian chocolate that stood as solid and brown as the earth itself. The Mercury Visions of Louis Daguerre
  • But the next step is the mannequins, that imperturbable army of shopwindow-style dolls. Times, Sunday Times
  • To the left of the shopwindow was a passage leading into a courtyard. Maigret and the Loner
  • It takes a closer look to recognise the victims as shopwindow dummies. Times, Sunday Times
  • I think my wife may favor the sweater in the shopwindow.
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