We may not have seen the same number of reporters doing standups at the mall this year.
Political ads showing Harry Reid on rider mower, mowing the mall?
When she was rescued by a mall cop, the girl said she had been pimped out 15 times a day, and had contracted STDs at only age 14.
Had Abdaly succeeded in getting his bomb into the mall, there would have been carnage.
Many of the civilians in the mall had been too scared to try to escape out the exits if, indeed, they knew where those were.
After walking all this time we have not reached even the end of the mall.
“The mall is where the fine people walk in the afternoon,” she said.
When at last she drew up the glass and her chair was borne away down the mall, he sauntered idly in the opposite direction.
In the summer evenings these fields are almost the sole promenade; and the mall, or public walk of the town is entirely deserted.
Finally it happened that the duke and I were left alone for a minute looking out of a window onto the mall.
1737, "shaded walk serving as a promenade," generalized from The Mall, name of a broad, tree-lined promenade in St. James's Park, London (so called from 1670s, earlier Maill, 1640s), which was so called because it formerly was an open alley that was used to play pall-mall, a croquet-like game involving hitting a ball with a mallet through a ring, from French pallemaille, from Italian pallamaglio, from palla "ball" (see balloon) + maglio "mallet" (see mallet). Modern sense of "enclosed shopping gallery" is from 1963. Mall rat is from 1985.