Origin of shopper
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Examples from the Web for shopper
The shopper bags continued the petal effect, made perhaps from extra material from a wedding dress covered in rosettes.Marni's Sophisticated Spring/ Summer 2014 Collection
September 22, 2013
I returned to the towel section and attempted to speak to a shopper who'd just thrown a few in her cart.Is Bed Bath & Beyond a ‘Palace of Lies’? An Investigation.
February 27, 2013
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.Post-Impressions
Sales, however tempting, should be avoided by the unwary (p. 311) shopper, for they are dangerous as spiders' webs.Highways and Byways in London
Mrs. E. T. Cook.
The successful scientist does not, like a shopper, look over one by one all available samples and pick out what he wants.Major Prophets of To-Day
Edwin E. Slosson
Having done so, the next player takes up the character of the shopper, and so on round the ring.What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games and Pastimes
Dorothy Canfield Fisher
- a person who buys goods in a shop
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Word Origin and History for shopper
agent noun from shop (v.).
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