Definition of Shopfront

1. Noun. The front side of a store facing the street; usually contains display windows.

Exact synonyms: Storefront
Terms within: Display Window, Shop Window, Shopwindow, Show Window
Generic synonyms: Front
Group relationships: Shop, Store



Definition of Shopfront

1. Noun. the side of a shop which faces the street; usually contains display windows ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Shopfront Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shopfront

shop time
shop typhus
shop window
shopaholic
shopaholics
shopaholism
shopboard
shopboards
shopbook
shopbooks
shopboy
shopboys
shope
shopfloor
shopfloors
shopfront (current term)
shopfronts
shopful
shopfuls
shopgirl
shopgirls
shopgoer
shopgoers
shopgrift
shopgrifted
shopgrifting
shopgrifts
shophar
shophars
shophouse

Literary usage of Shopfront

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1. E-Commerce in the Asian Context: Selected Case Studies by Renald Lafond, Chaitali Sinha (2005)
"At the same time, each of these partners also enjoyed its own unique shopfront and brand name within the mall. Such features differentiate Pan Asia ..."

2. The Law Journal Reports: New Series (1880)
"... except for shop fronts or for doorways, and no part of such shopfront or doorway in streets under ten yards wide (measuring from house to house at right ..."

3. The American Revolution by George Otto Trevelyan (1905)
"... destroyed another picture without giving compensation, and swore that next time he would run his sword through the panes of the shopfront. ..."

4. The Letters of Henry James by Henry James (1920)
"Allen's-in-the-Strand celestial shopfront does—and discharge straight into one's lap the perfect compendium, the very burden of the song, of just what the ..."

5. The Letters of Henry James by Henry James (1920)
"Allen's-in-the-Strand celestial shopfront does—and discharge straight into one's lap the perfect compendium, the very burden of the song, of just what the ..."

6. The Cornhill Magazine by George Smith (1898)
"... not the muddy tint that comes of mixing negro and white), and the coppersmith with prehensile toes who sits hammering in his open shopfront, ..."

7. Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town by Cory Doctorow (2006)
"... and had been the puck in an intense game of eyeball hockey among the cute little punk girls who'd been volunteering in the shopfront when he'd appeared. ..."

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