Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • The measles.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • noun Plural form of mall.

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Examples

  • Remaking America's sprawling suburbs, with their enormous footprints, shoddy construction, hastily built infrastructure and dying malls, is shaping up to be the biggest urban revitalization challenge of modern times — far larger in scale, scope and cost than the revitalization of our inner cities.

    How SoHo Can Save the Suburbs

  • It is at NY & Company, which is in malls across the country.

    Protecting Our Daughters

  • More often than not, the food in most shopping malls is more expensive than what you can get at a regular local restaurant or diner and of considerably less quality.

    May « 2009 « Off The Broiler

  • Chicago-based General Growth, which owns more than 200 U.S. malls, is the second largest U.S. mall owner by number of properties, after Simon Property Group Inc.

    General Growth Looks at Vornado Officer as Next CEO

  • I decided to go to several popular clothing stores that are in malls and shopping centers across the country and create some modest, yet fashionable outfits.

    Modest Feminine Dress From the Pages of 1990 Victoria Magazine

  • And every disapproving glance or unwanted stare (stink-eyed in malls and libraries, ogled at DisneyWorld, asked to cover up on a plane) just reinforced my shame.

    Shame And The Mom: A Boob Story | Her Bad Mother

  • More often than not, the food in most shopping malls is more expensive than what you can get at a regular local restaurant or diner and of considerably less quality.

    31 « May « 2009 « Off The Broiler

  • More often than not, the food in most shopping malls is more expensive than what you can get at a regular local restaurant or diner and of considerably less quality.

    New York Dining: Fire + Ice

  • The guy who was plotting to kill people in malls had scores of "supporters" packing the courtroom and lining the halls at the courthouse.

    Administration critics slam civilian trials for 9/11 suspects

  • After spending some time searching out the most creative alternatives to abandonment and massive landfilling of these former monuments to chain-store consumerism, I've found that the future of shopping malls is hopeful and creative:

    Boing Boing

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