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Also called bakeshop
[beyk-shop] /ˈbeɪkˌʃɒp/ (Show IPA). a baker’s shop.
a place where baked goods are made.
Historical Examples

“A sociable little magpie, that one,” jerking his thumb toward the bakeshop girl.
The Incendiary W. A. (William Augustine) Leahy

It must be near mornin’, an’ if there is a bakeshop anywhere ’round, you could get some.
The Princess and Joe Potter James Otis

Paul had his mind set upon some day owning a business of his own—a bakeshop, perhaps even a small caf.
Local Color Irvin S. Cobb

They passed the bakeshop, but Cosette did not think of the bread which she had been ordered to fetch.
Les Misrables Victor Hugo

Hiney, there, was in a bakeshop all day at three and a half a week.
The New Education Scott Nearing

Mrs. Brown keeps a little grocery and bakeshop and was very willing to show me the house.
Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Vol. 1 of 14 Elbert Hubbard

Having seen the little sitting-room over the bakeshop, they were sure the chair would fit in beautifully there.
The Life of Mrs. Robert Louis Stevenson Nellie van De Grift Sanchez

He was eager to help at the machine saws, at the planing machines, at the workbenches, and in the bakeshop.
Beginner’s Book in Language H. Jeschke

I wonder what in the world Mr. Capper lets those white rats stay in his bakeshop window for?
The Curlytops and Their Pets Howard R. Garis

Down in the bakeshop the five fishermen were making merry around the table.
Black Star’s Campaign Johnston McCulley

noun (pl) -eries
Also called bakehouse. a room or building equipped for baking
a shop in which bread, cakes, etc, are sold

c.1820, “place for making bread;” see bake (v.) + -ery. Replaced earlier bakehouse (c.1400). As “shop where baked goods are sold” it was noted as an Americanism by British travelers from c.1830.


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