Recent Examples of shopkeeper from the Web
The shopkeepers actually smile at the tourists' kids, and there is nary a stoplight in town.
The site was first discovered on July 17 when a shopkeeper in west Mosul brought the observers to an empty building containing 17 male corpses.
Standing outside the security barricades, thousands of average Poles -- farmers, students, teachers and shopkeepers -- filled the streets and greeted Trump with cheers.
As the silver and gold traditions spread, celebrants — and shopkeepers — looked for parallel ways to mark earlier anniversaries too.
On a visit to the Wadi Hajar neighborhood of western Mosul in April, just a month after it was recaptured, shopkeepers were repainting their blackened storefronts even as gunfire and explosions erupted a few blocks away.
Shopkeepers resort to buying sacks of bitumen and filling in the potholes outside their premises themselves.
Local shopkeepers wheeled shopping carts full of supplies towards pop-up donation centers, stopping along the way to hand out fruit and water to police and firefighters battling the blaze, which has left at least 12 people dead.
Even the relatively modest outlying neighborhoods where shopkeepers live and students hang out are crammed with captivating views.
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First Known Use of shopkeeper
SHOPKEEPER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of shopkeeper for English Language Learners
: someone who owns or manages a shop or store
SHOPKEEPER Defined for Kids
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