Definition of Shoppings

1. shopping [n] - See also: shopping



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shoppings

shopping cart
shopping carts
shopping center
shopping centers
shopping centre
shopping centres
shopping guide
shopping list
shopping lists
shopping mall
shopping malls
shopping precinct
shopping precincts
shopping trolley
shopping trolleys
shoppings (current term)
shoppish
shoppy
shops
shopsoiled
shoptalk
shoptalks
shopwalker
shopwalkers
shopward
shopwards
shopway
shopways
shopwindow
shopwindows

Literary usage of Shoppings

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1. Freight Terminals and Trains: Including a Revision of Yards and Terminals by John Albert Droege (1912)
"The neglect of running repairs causes engine failures to increase and also decreases the life of an engine between shoppings. Engine tools are those carried ..."

2. Freight Terminals and Trains: Including a Revision of Yards and Terminals by John Albert Droege (1912)
"The neglect of running repairs causes engine failures to increase and also decreases the life of an engine between shoppings. Engine tools are those carried ..."

3. Official Proceedings (1920)
"in the back sheet that mileage has been easily doubled—in some cases as high as 40000 miles between shoppings being attained. ]We don't mean to tell this ..."

4. Report of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the American (1916)
"Rings are seldom renewed between general shoppings of either freight or passenger engines using either ... Cylinder bushings pass through several shoppings. ..."

5. Report of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the American (1908)
"A record of the mileage made by each engine between shoppings and the repairs made to the engines at previous shoppings, as well as accurate reports of the ..."

6. Report of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the American (1903)
"Passenger engines, compounds, have made as high as 148,ooo miles between shoppings; engines finally shopped account of worn-out condition of machinery. ..."

7. Report of the Proceedings of the ... Annual Convention of the American (1906)
"The neglect of running repairs causes engine failures to increase and also decreases the life of an engine between shoppings. A hydraulic press operated by ..."

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