noun, plural bak·er·ies.
Also called bake·shop [beyk-shop] /ˈbeɪkˌʃɒp/. a baker's shop. a place where baked goods are made.
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Examples from the Web for bakeshop
Historical Examples of bakeshop
Hiney, there, was in a bakeshop all day at three and a half a week.
It must be near mornin', an' if there is a bakeshop anywhere 'round, you could get some.
Who should be coming out of the bakeshop but chubby Richard in person?
They passed the bakeshop, but Cosette did not think of the bread which she had been ordered to fetch.
"A sociable little magpie, that one," jerking his thumb toward the bakeshop girl.
British Dictionary definitions for bakeshop
noun plural -eries
Also called: bakehouse a room or building equipped for baking
a shop in which bread, cakes, etc, are sold
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Word Origin and History for bakeshop
c.1820, "place for making bread;" see bake (v.) + -ery. Replaced earlier bakehouse (c.1400). As "shop where baked goods are sold" it was noted as an Americanism by British travelers from c.1830.
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