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Spell check of shop

Correct spelling: shop

make, hook, point of sale, curriculum, haunt, boutique, glom, patter, wander, emporium, cheat on, dialect, browse, cop, discover, plant, mart, lingo, patronize, chain, parlour, sell, knock off, commons, fund, memory board, home room, surf, shop at, break, market place, mill, reveal, bench, give away, repair shop, sleuth, patois, memory, condescend, depot, shoptalk, stool, betray, bureau, spy, workshop, deceive, derrick, frequent, buy at, schoolroom, storehouse, factory, establishment, stock exchange, pasture, take a crap, stigmatise, unwrap, warehouse, shop around, cheat, lecture theatre, graze, workbench, ca-ca, exchange, grocery, brand, denounce, laboratory, lead astray, domestic science, fink, snitch, market, gym, brickworks, let on, sawmill, fail, foundry, transactions, disclose, gasholder, stock, slang, works, bring out, snoop, divulge, clinic, dorm, manufactory, infirmary, change, cant, let out, classroom, take back, cooling tower, stag, stall, store, boatyard, check out, language, support, kiosk, grass, novelty shop, blast furnace, stigmatize, home economics, supermarket, rat, tell on, sponsor, retail store, mark, English, computer storage, cannery, scab, gasometer, bewray, modern languages, patronage, argot, convenience store, outlet, vocabulary, P.E., office, civics, industrial arts, grass over, peach, storage, blackleg, bazaar, range, liberal arts, computer memory, language laboratory, patronise, shop class, expose, dormitory, entrepot, department store, crop, counter, jive, keep going, jargon, lecture hall, thieve, price, cuckold, fair, take a shit.


Examples of usage:

1) In th' barber's shop. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

2) " Marjorie Dean," she ordered, " go into that tea shop this minute. - "Marjorie Dean High School Freshman", Pauline Lester.

3) Shop talk of the range it was. - "Lonesome Land", B. M. Bower.