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department store

noun as in retail store

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Example Sentences

If you know the original retailer — say a department store or specialty shop — make note of that, too.

It steadily expanded, and by 1950, the company website boasts, it had grown into the largest department store group in the UK.

From Quartz

That so many street-level spaces were once home to large commercial tenants like department stores and packaging facilities, each with a cavernous square footage, only enhances their appeal.

From Digiday

CoStar estimated that one-third of the store closings were by department stores, clothing chains, or other mall-oriented companies, which represent only about 8% of total retail revenue.

From Fortune

They lined the shelves of department stores and gas stations, and teachers struggled to manage the sudden influx of twirling plastic devices in classrooms.

Target was established in 1962 by the Dayton brothers as a discount offshoot of their eponymous Twin Cities department store.

In 1974, 75 members of the group descended on a Copenhagen department store.

The chants continued in front of the high-end department store.

A department store piano melody plays in the background while he admires everything he can see.

She loses them briefly in a department store, but finds them a few moments later, and the incident is never mentioned again.

Ede was the type after which some department store advertising-department diplomat had coined the term "stylish stout."

I don't know anything; I can only presume that he doesn't intend to open a department store in the Everglades.

She had not conducted them to a department store, but to the small shop of a decidedly exclusive children's outfitter.

And she gave me a note to a department store which will probably take me on.

This Chinaman had established in Singapore the kind of store which we in America think we invented—the department store.


On this page you'll find 13 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to department store, such as: chain store, discount store, shop, store, anchor store, and dime store.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.