In passing this emporium, Miss Nellie's quick eye had discovered a cheap brown linen duster hanging in its window.
There lay the emporium of his commerce, the great mud-built town of Timbuctoo.
Joan went with her to the widely advertised “emporium” in the City Road, meaning to advise her.
Let's cut down the alley and in the back way of the emporium.
El Paso, the Texan border-town, some forty miles distant, is properly the emporium of that region.
We all know how Lyons became the emporium of the silk trade.
The city was now to become an emporium for the Western World.
The next morning betimes Ben presented himself at the emporium.
Covent Garden was once the emporium of the arts and sciences, and the residence of the chief nobility of the kingdom.
Peden's emporium of viciousness was a notable establishment in its day.