Definition of Dress shop
1. Noun. A shop that sells women's clothes and jewelry.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dress Shop
Literary usage of Dress shop
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1. Massachusetts Reports: Cases Argued and Determined in the Supreme Judicial by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (1865)
"... consisting of all his interest in the water privilege, his right and interest to the fulling-mill, work and dress shop, and all the machinery, fixtures, ..."
2. One of Them: Chapters from a Passionate Autobiography by Elizabeth Hasanovitz (1918)
""Now, let's see— Mr. N."— she mentioned the name of a member of our club — "keeps a small dress-shop and I am sure that he'll take you in when I speak to ..."
3. Advertising, Selling the Consumer by John Lee Mahin (1914)
"Saving Money Is Pleasant, Even on Class Day and Commencement Dresses Tomorrow one can ram into the women's dress shop and buy a ch ..."