Sentences with Store, Sentences about Store in English

Sentences with Store, Sentences about Store in English

1. She is at the store.

2. My father manages the store.

3. The store was relatively empty.

4. They sell imports at that store.

5. The store is within a short drive.

6. This store has a variety of spices.

7. The store is just across from my house.

8. He bought a pen from the stationery store.

9. What were you buying from the grocery store?

10. I bought some pens from the stationery store.

11. I have a few purchases to make in this store.

12. Neither my friends nor the bookstore has the book.

13. This store has the best selection of hats in town.

14. I changed the shirt I bought at the store yesterday.

15. I don’t usually buy chocolate from the grocery store.

16. Collect the book, which is $ 2 each, from the bookstore.

17. I need several things from the store: meat, juice, and bread.

18. The fruits and vegetables in the grocery store were very fresh.

19. How often do you come to this bookstore? I’ve never seen you before!

20. I’m a drugstore beauty girl, I love going to the drugstore and buying makeup.

21. A literary academic can no more pass a bookstore than an alcoholic can pass a bar.

22. Had you been finishing your homework before you went to the store with your family?

23. No amount of fire or freshness can challenge what a man will store up in his ghostly heart.

24. The Christian’s Bible is a drug store. Its contents remain the same, but the medical practice changes.

25. I get off on a man with strong moral fiber. The closest Barrons ever gets to fiber is walking down the cereal aisle at the grocery store.

26. You know, I lose patience really easily I’d rather shop in the grocery store than in the department store. I can pick an apple like nobody’s business.

27. Mail storage is a type of on-demand self storage whereby customers send items by mail or delivery service (usually by the box) to be stored at a central location.

28. I just go about my life. I’m a mom, I drive an SUV, I go to the grocery store every day. I’m definitely not a celebrity. I always say that I’m a celebrity-adjacent.

29. I shoplifted. I was about five years old, and I took a candy from a store. We paid for three of them, but I took four, and I went home and cried. My mom took me back, and I paid for the missing piece.

30. I did find some time to go to a record store and check out ‘Headstrong’ actually in the racks. It was pretty cool I never thought I’d see my own CD sitting there with everyone else’s. I made my Mom take lots of pics!

31. I don’t want to be in my car all day. I love getting up in the morning in Venice and walking my dogs down to the cafe to get my tea, and then perhaps going to a bookstore and sitting and reading, then walking to the beach.

32. After a decade this glum, we deserved a shot of ‘Glee,’ a show that restored our faith in the power of song, the beauty of dance, and the magic of ‘spirit fingers’ to chase our cares and woes into somebody else’s backyard.

33. I have three kids who like Harry Potter so I was sort of aware of it. You can’t really move from it: it’s on buses, in stores, it’s everywhere. One of my kids has read the books the other two are too small but they like the movies.

34. My mom bought me a white Strat, but that wasn’t what I wanted, so I went to a guitar store in Cleveland and – the guy told me it was a really good deal – made an even swap for a blue Teisco Del Ray. I loved that guitar and used it a bunch.

35. I created the Women’s Federation for World Peace in order to restore all that woman originally lost. You American women don’t need a man in the position of grandfather, parents, husband, elder or younger brother. You only need the true Adam.

36. Part of the beauty of Judaism, and surely this is so for other faiths also, is that it gently restores control over time. Three times a day we stop what we are doing and turn to God in prayer. We recover perspective. We inhale a deep breath of eternity.

37. While day by day the overzealous student stores up facts for future use, he who has learned to trust nature finds need for ever fewer external directions. He will discard formula after formula, until he reaches the conclusion: Let nature take its course.

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