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Use "shoppes" in a sentence
"I don't know if they do bath bombs, but a great local bath shoppe I call cute shops 'shoppes' in my headis bubbles - they'll mix up any scent you'd like."
"Back before books were matrices of quark traces arranged into story-shaped cluster patterns, they were physical objects sold in shops or “shoppes” where humans or “people” manifested their biological presences and engaged in activities referred to as “shopping” or “browsing” or “killing time at the bookstore.”"
"Most local wine shoppes push the same middle of the road offerings that the supermarkets would."