Definition of Toyshops

1. Noun. (plural of toyshop) ¹



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Definition of Toyshops

1. toyshop [n] - See also: toyshop

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toyshops

toymaking
toyman
toymen
toyo
toyocamycin
toyocamycin nitrile hydrolase
toyohaite
toyon
toyons
toyos
toys
toys in the attic
toyseller
toysellers
toyshop
toyshops (current term)
toysome
toystore
toystores
toywoman
toywomen
toywort
toyworts
toze
tozed
tozes
tozie
tozies
tozing
tozy

Literary usage of Toyshops

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1. Practical Education by Maria Edgeworth, Richard Lovell Edgeworth (1855)
"We intended to have added to this chapter an inventory of the present most fashionable articles in our toyshops, and a list of the new assortment ..."

2. English Children in the Olden Time by Elizabeth Godfrey (1907)
"Little master, and little miss, too, would be sure to haunt these, and get innumerable toys made for them in days when toyshops were few or none, ..."

3. The Blowpipe in Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geology: Containing All Known by William Alexander Ross (1884)
"It is, in few words, the conversion of one of those white, vulcanite, children's air- balls, about the diameter of one's closed fist, sold in toyshops for ..."

4. The Celebrated Madame Campan: Lady-in-waiting to Marie Antoinette and by Violette M. Montagu (1914)
"As for Cousin Josephine, she ransacked all the toyshops in the capital, spent fabulous sums on dolls, pretty clothes, and jewels for the little girl whose ..."

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