Definition of "toyshop" [toy•shop]

  • A shop that sells toys (noun)

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Use "toyshop" in a sentence
  • ""As it is a very lucrative game, we should expect bad behavior; disloyalty; rampant individual greed; irrational behavior (kids in toyshop style); back-stabbing; bum-fucking, and similar ungentlemanly activities.""
  • "I can already see myself heading downtown to find a toyshop with a small-scale reproduction of Mr Ford's famous car."
  • "These early products were unpopular with everybody from toyshop owners "the same old stuff with a licence on it" to consumers' associations, who called it "ludicrous" that the toys were almost twice as expensive in the UK as they were in the US."