Definition of "shopped" [shopped]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of shop. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "shopped" in a sentence
  • "At a cost of $3 million which took three years to complete, with the idea shopped around for six, MLB Commissioner Bud Selig clucked, "This is the first of what I hope is a series of academies all over America.""
  • "But that doesn't mean we should take seriously the idea shopped around by conservatives that Matthews 'split-second misjudgment somehow drew back the curtain on the Beltway press corps and revealed its latent liberal bias, or that because Matthews sort of whispered "Oh God" under his breath, viewers heard what Matthews really thought."
  • "But ... that picture is majorly photo shopped, which is a shame because the real Mariska is far more beautiful that cut, cropped and airbrushed version of her. perhaps that's why everyone is having a hard time accepting that she considers herself as full figured ..."