Definition of Shopgirls

1. Noun. (plural of shopgirl) ¹



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Definition of Shopgirls

1. shopgirl [n] - See also: shopgirl

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shopgirls

shopaholism
shopboard
shopboards
shopbook
shopbooks
shopboy
shopboys
shope
shopfloor
shopfloors
shopfront
shopfronts
shopful
shopfuls
shopgirl
shopgirls (current term)
shopgoer
shopgoers
shopgrift
shopgrifted
shopgrifting
shopgrifts
shophar
shophars
shophouse
shophouses
shophroth
shopkeep
shopkeeper
shopkeeperly

Literary usage of Shopgirls

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1. More that Must be Told by Philip Gibbs (1921)
"They were a vast crowd of bourgeoisie—clerks, shopgirls, working-class families, respectable middle-class men and women with their children. ..."

2. More that Must be Told by Philip Gibbs (1921)
"They were a vast crowd of bourgeoisie—clerks, shopgirls, working-class families, respectable middle-class men and women with their children. ..."

3. Bulletin of the Department of Labor by United States Dept. of Labor (1898)
"Bookkeepers, 5; nurses,4; saleswomen, 12; servants,3; shopgirls,6; stenographers,20; miscellaneous, 4. All occupations open to women. ..."

4. Oral English: Or, The Art of Speaking by Antoinette Knowles (1916)
"These shopgirls have a right to their holidays. They are not machines, wound up and guaranteed not to stop, but are human beings like ourselves, ..."

5. Authors and I by Charles Lewis Hind (1921)
"Rightly was O. Henry called by Nicholas Vachel Lindsay "the little shopgirls' knight." Through Galsworthy's "Justice" the law ..."

6. Authors and I by Charles Lewis Hind (1920)
"Rightly was O. Henry called by Nicholas Vachel Lindsay "the little shopgirls' knight." Through Galsworthy's "Justice" the law relating to solitary ..."

7. Salesmanship by William Morey Maxwell (1914)
"If he did there would be less need for commissions to inquire laboriously into the relation between shopgirls' wages and shopgirls' chastity, ..."

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