shopper

[ shop-er ]SEE DEFINITION OF shopper

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SHOPPER

The support of the loyal British shopper should be their re-Ward.

But in its effect on the shopper's nerves, charmeuse is even worse than ponge.

Sales, however tempting, should be avoided by the unwary (p. 311) shopper, for they are dangerous as spiders' webs.

The successful scientist does not, like a shopper, look over one by one all available samples and pick out what he wants.

Having done so, the next player takes up the character of the shopper, and so on round the ring.

Mr. McWatters, on this transfer is the name of Shopper's Transfer.

The narrow ways were lined with shops and bazaars, offering the shopper a wide variety of commodities.

When a shopper wants just three yards of cloth, she would be foolish to buy four.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR SHOPPER

patron

nounperson who does business at establishment

patrons

nounperson who does business at establishment
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