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  1. shop (used chiefly for quaint effect).

Origin of shoppe

Deliberately archaized spelling

Words Nearby shoppe Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use shoppe in a sentence

  • A young man—Mr. shoppe—is occupied in flying low over the gun that is bombarding Dunkirk in order to take a photograph of it.

  • Before them, out across the road, hung the sign: Ye Tea shoppe.

    The Innocents | Sinclair Lewis
  • Did anybody telephone the Varsity Coffee shoppe for the eats?

    The Mystery of Arnold Hall | Helen M. Persons
  • Know anybody who runs up to the Varsity shoppe any oftener than you do?

    The Mystery of Arnold Hall | Helen M. Persons
  • She catches all the tourists by a window full of trash, and a sign ‘Souvenir shoppe’ or something like that.

    Finding the Lost Treasure | Helen M. Persons