Definition of Sweetshops

1. Noun. (plural of sweetshop) ¹



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Definition of Sweetshops

1. sweetshop [n] - See also: sweetshop

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sweetshops

sweetly
sweetmaker
sweetmakers
sweetmeal
sweetmeat
sweetmeats
sweetness
sweetness and light
sweetnesses
sweetpea
sweetpeas
sweetroot
sweetroots
sweets
sweetshop
sweetshops (current term)
sweetshrub
sweetshrubs
sweetsmelling
sweetsop
sweetsop tree
sweetsops
sweetstuff
sweetstuffs
sweetweed
sweetwood
sweetwood bark
sweetwoods

Literary usage of Sweetshops

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Fleshly School of Poetry, and Other Phenomena of the Day by Robert Williams Buchanan (1872)
"It has penetrated into the very sweetshops; and there, among the commoner sorts of confectionery, may bo seen this year models of the female Leg, ..."

2. Among English Hedgerows by Clifton Johnson (1899)
"There were fish booths, meat booths, sweetshops, and restaurants, and many displays of crockery, dry-goods, and hardware. You could even buy a gay-colored ..."

3. The Universities and the Social Problem: An Account of the University by Arthur Feley Wilmington-Ingram, John Eldon Gorst (1895)
"A committee of investigation, sent down by the State Government to inspect sweetshops and decide on the necessity for legislation, was piloted by her on its ..."

4. The Affairs of Women: A Modern Miscellany by Colin Bingham (2006)
"GEORGE DU MAURIER, Trilby Modesty died when clothes were born. ,, ~p [Sensualism] has penetrated into the very sweetshops; and there among the commoner ..."

5. Miss Amerikanka: A Story by Olive Gilbreath (1918)
"... with packages from the sweetshops and jostles—no, the crowd does not jostle as in America. Russia is of the East. "Christmas is not the festa in Russia ..."

6. The Fleshly School of Poetry, and Other Phenomena of the Day by Robert Williams Buchanan (1872)
"It has penetrated into the very sweetshops; and there, among the commoner sorts of confectionery, may bo seen this year models of the female Leg, ..."

7. Among English Hedgerows by Clifton Johnson (1899)
"There were fish booths, meat booths, sweetshops, and restaurants, and many displays of crockery, dry-goods, and hardware. You could even buy a gay-colored ..."

8. The Universities and the Social Problem: An Account of the University by Arthur Feley Wilmington-Ingram, John Eldon Gorst (1895)
"A committee of investigation, sent down by the State Government to inspect sweetshops and decide on the necessity for legislation, was piloted by her on its ..."

9. The Affairs of Women: A Modern Miscellany by Colin Bingham (2006)
"GEORGE DU MAURIER, Trilby Modesty died when clothes were born. ,, ~p [Sensualism] has penetrated into the very sweetshops; and there among the commoner ..."

10. Miss Amerikanka: A Story by Olive Gilbreath (1918)
"... with packages from the sweetshops and jostles—no, the crowd does not jostle as in America. Russia is of the East. "Christmas is not the festa in Russia ..."

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