from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who visits stores in search of merchandise or bargains.
- n. A commercial agent who compares the merchandise and prices of competing merchants.
- n. A commercial employee who fills mail or telephone orders.
- n. A newspaper containing advertisements and some local news, usually distributed free.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person who shops.
- n. A free local newspaper containing advertisements for local shops etc; sometimes includes discount coupons.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who shops.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who shops; one who visits shops for the purpose of buying or examining goods.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who visits stores in search of articles to buy
- n. a commercial agent who shops at the competitor's store in order to compare their prices and merchandise with those of the store that employs her
The only down side as a shopper is a sales guy pushing expensive accessories and extended warranties but they knew the products (for the most part).
And no, I highly doube the average shopper is going to start buying wine just because its now on the super market shelf.
These shops indicate both a price-conscious audience and a brand-label shopper with boutiques ranging from Estilo, a cross-gender shop that houses everything from Hugo Boss suits to Nicole Miller dresses, to Plain Ivey Jane, a closeout-couture shop started by a 20-somethings woman who left a job in J.
If a shopper is browsing the Pangea website, for example, listed next to a product's description and price is a link to the product's ingredient list.
The internet shopper is a secondary customer to us.
The shopper is expected to troll squinty-eyed through the cavernous interior, peering up at shelves stocked to the ceiling.
For the bargain shopper planing for the end of the world, we've compiled some of the more prominent products and companies that are catering to your apocalyptic needs.
Or trying to maximize sales by putting out both formats at once, the deluxe hardcover for the dedicated reader and the cheaper trade for the bargain shopper?
They see the freebie cookies every shopper is offered.
Wal-Mart conversations, where the shopper is yelling into his hand, “Did you mail the Visa bill?”
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