emporium[ em-pawr-ee-uhm, -pohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF emporium
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EMPORIUM
He locked the doors of the Emporium, tried them, and dropped the keys in his pocket.
They found quite a crowd in front of the "Emporium," as the drug store was called.
So you would have me close my emporium for the sake of your small affairs?
The next morning betimes Ben presented himself at the Emporium.
Peden's emporium of viciousness was a notable establishment in its day.
He wondered what the Emporium would do to keep up with the Exchange.
There lay the emporium of his commerce, the great mud-built town of Timbuctoo.
Emporium of Arts and Sciences, December 1813, new ser., vol.
Let's cut down the alley and in the back way of the Emporium.
We all know how Lyons became the emporium of the silk trade.