- a house. “How are they all at your SHOP?” is a common question among small tradesmen.
- the House of Commons. The only instance we have met with of the use of this word in literature occurs in Mr. Trollope’s _Framley Parsonage:_— “‘If we are merely to do as we are bid, and have no voice of our own, I don’t see what’s the good of our going to the SHOP at all,’ said Mr. Sowerby.”
- to discharge a shopman. In military slang, to SHOP an officer is to put him under arrest in the guard-room. In pugilistic slang, to punish a man severely is “to knock him all over the SHOP,” _i.e._, the ring, the place in which the work is done.
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