shop that sells stationery' name='description'> stationer's - definition and meaning

Definitions

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  • noun A shop that sells stationery

Etymologies

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Examples

  • The stationer's is pretty deserted but the supermarket's stuffed with holiday shoppers, panic buying as though there's going to be some festive apocalypse; perhaps they know something I don't.

    Crown-of-thorns

  • Samantha Cameron, Smythson creative adviser and the British prime minister's wife, chose a particularly day-glo shade for the cover of the stationer's beloved Fashion Diary this year, and Raf Simons cut a floor-sweeping skirt the tint of bubbly Fanta at Jil Sander.

    Orange Crush

  • He went outside and walked in the general direction of the Interlaken West Bahnhof, stopping off at a stationer's to buy a large padded envelope and parcel tape.

    Final Resting Place of The Pen

  • Next door at the stationer's, she purchased several blank, leather-bound books of the sort used for sketching and journals.

    red dust

  • In fact, neither the bookshop nor the stationer's had been illuminated electrically, although they did have gaslight.

    red dust

  • Real authorship questions are complex and interesting, and engage us in learning about textual transmission, the organization and economics of theatrical companies and practices, the organization and economics of printing and stationer's companies.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • A review of the history of "copyright" finds that this whole notion of what the proper balance between"writer's rights", "stationer's rights" and "public rights" was in a serious state of flux at the time period when the Constitution was written.

    Even more thoughts on "Thoughts on Music"

  • Austen's fictional circulating library, Clarke's, in Meryton may have doubled as a bookshop and stationer's, like the business of Thomas Wilson in Bromley, a market town ten miles from London.

    What Was Mr. Bennet Doing in his Library, and What Does It Matter?

  • 'I should ha' forgot it; I should certainly ha' forgot it!' said Sam; so saying, he at once stepped into the stationer's shop, and requested to be served with a sheet of the best gilt-edged letter- paper, and a hard-nibbed pen which could be warranted not to splutter.

    Lance Mannion:

  • 'I should ha' forgot it; I should certainly ha' forgot it!' said Sam; so saying, he at once stepped into the stationer's shop, and requested to be served with a sheet of the best gilt-edged letter- paper, and a hard-nibbed pen which could be warranted not to splutter.

    Sam Weller's Walentine

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