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[mass noun] The activity of looking at goods displayed in shop windows, especially without intending to buy anything.‘window shopping is the favourite pastime of all New Yorkers’
- ‘Hemmed in on all sides by low-rise buildings, the forecourt provides a breathing space for meeting, socializing and window shopping.’
- ‘It's time to do a little "window shopping."’
- ‘They were also very beneficial to store owners in a way that allowed people to continue with their window shopping on rainy days.’
- ‘Trips will last an average of three hours and 57 minutes; however a large amount of this is window shopping.’
- ‘Why don't you do a little window shopping?’
- ‘Unlike many mall visitors, Ms. Kitty seems quite content with window shopping.’
- ‘They are described as the British farming industry's most high-profile shop window, and with such a variety of goods on offer, window shopping has never been so tempting.’
- ‘Then we did some window shopping downtown.’
- ‘After all, you do not need to pay for window shopping or being a window gourmet.’
- ‘There's no time for dawdling around the centre and doing a little window shopping.’
- ‘"Malls are only good for window shopping, as I find them too expensive."’
- ‘I didn't have a lot to do so I decided to walk around town, do some window shopping, something to keep me from home.’
- ‘Granted, this is window shopping, but when you know what you're after, there's nothing wrong with that.’
- ‘And later, it's almost time for window shopping.’
- ‘Jostling and window shopping is part of the deal and we did it all.’
- ‘A little time spent window shopping can result in significant long-term savings at the gas pump.’
- ‘Residents near the store, who have taken a day off from work, come in for some window shopping.’
- ‘You know, early on, there's a lot of window shopping going on.’
- ‘Teenagers cycled past on bikes and young mothers pushing prams made their leisurely way down the street, stopping occasionally to do a bit of window shopping.’
- ‘Once tired of window shopping, they decided to catch a movie.’
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