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  1. purchased; not homemade
    a store-bought dress
    my boughten clothes
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How To Use store-bought In A Sentence

  • In the past, clothing was most often rough homespun cloth made from their own cotton, but today manufactured fabric or store-bought clothes are increasingly common.
  • Maybe an accomodation is to check to see if what you grow is available in a store and use that store-bought cost in your calculations. Taking the “hunger challenge”
  • Regular homemade pudding may be used instead of store-bought pudding mix.
  • What kind of person had no real photographs on his wall, only store-bought pictures of fake friends and relatives? THE TEACHER
  • Finally, we served an excellent store-bought chestnut and vanilla cake called Carré Marron Vanille, brought to us by our friend Monsieur Picard.
  • There's nothing store-bought or manufactured about this display either.
  • Toss with store-bought cheese or pumpkin ravioli.
  • Why use store-bought pastry when it's so easy to make your own?
  • I was surprised to see that store-bought, ready-mixed formulas are usually cheaper than hand-mixed.
  • Most candies, fried fast foods, and store-bought packaged cakes, cookies and crackers are packed with trans fats.
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