shopkeeper[ shop-kee-per ]SEE DEFINITION OF shopkeeper
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHOPKEEPER
You can look into their mouths where the shopkeeper used to dip out the wine.
And he added, "'Horace was the son of a shopkeeper'—Horace who?"
He, the shopkeeper, is superior to such broad and obvious humor as that.
He was a shopkeeper in Oughterarde, and known to the whole neighbourhood.
I expressed my immense preference for the shopkeeper of the two.
When questioned, the shopkeeper said that it had come from Ireland.
That is that the negro has not got the instincts of a shopkeeper.
There I consulted with the shopkeeper as to what I should do.
It is delightful to hear them talk,—so different from an English shopkeeper.
The Count raises his hat to the shopkeeper, and expects the shopkeeper to raise his hat to him.