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Definition of "boutiques" []

  • A shop, esp a small one selling fashionable clothes and other items (noun)
  • Of or denoting a small specialized producer or business (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • A small specialized stall or shopping area within a supermarket, esp selling fresh meat, seafood, etc (noun)
  • Plural form of boutique. (noun)

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Use "boutiques" in a sentence
  • "Her jewelry is carried in boutiques from Hong Kong to Miami, and at aureliebidermann. com."
  • "The Swedish version was sold first in boutiques and design stores, and mainstream bookstores were hesitant to carry it initially."
  • "Our soaps, colored with local vegetable dyes and hand-molded and smoothed till they look like lumps of marble, and our oils, elixirs for polishing the skin, sell in boutiques that cater to the pampered in New York, Montreal, and San Francisco."