Common misspellings for shops:

shipps, shooes, shouls, sheepisly, shoop, shous, shopw, shipp, sherpas, shabbos, sheeps, shiop, tiops, shdows, shaope, shools, shapoo, chopsaw, shoper, shos, shopd, shipes, shopo, shpow, sopes, shoks, shopie, shope, shipers, shopp, chopice, shoupd, shopia, shopss, shoys, shaows, supos, showas, showpage, shiops, phpos, shoas, shpes, shopin, shepp, ship''s, shoooes, shoped, shoues, shopt, shwos, shouse, shaps, shop, showsa, sops, ooops, schapps, shopps, shaoes, shosp, chopy, shose, shoses, shoows, shors, shhows, tuchups, shoiws, shelps, shopers, shoops, biships, sopos, shoese, showss, shiows, shps, sjops, sheps, shopee, showrs, schops, chorpus, shpws, thopse, shoopers, shouws, shouyls, shopes, shoppig, shpaes, shouds, sheepes, shgows, shoip, shjows, chiups, chopes, shrps, shipos, shooz, showase, stiops, thopies, sbaca, sabaca, saback, sbacus, sabacus, sbase, sabase, sbash, sabash, sbasia, sabasia, sbasic, sabasic, sbbacy, sabbacy, sbbess, sabbess, sabc, sbc's, sabc's, sbcs, sabcs, sbies, sabies, sbkhas, sabkhas, sbkhaz, sabkhaz, sbkhazia, sabkhazia, zhops, sbops, shlps, shpps, sh0ps, sho-s, sho0s, shopz, shopx, ashops, sahops, zshops, szhops, xshops, sxhops, dshops, sdhops, eshops, sehops, wshops, swhops, sghops, shgops, sbhops, shbops, snhops, shnops, sjhops, shjops, suhops, shuops, syhops, shyops, shkops, shokps, shlops, sholps, shpops, sh0ops, sho0ps, sh9ops, sho9ps, shopos, shopls, sho-ps, shop-s, shop0s, shopas, shopsa, shopzs, shopsz, shopxs, shopsx, shopds, shopsd, shopse, shopsw, hsops, sohps, shpos, sshops, shhops, 3hops, qhops, rhops, shgps, shoxs, shop3, shopc, shopq, shopr, shoeps, s hops, sh ops.

Usage examples for shops

  1. Most of the shops were indeed open, but there appeared to be no business doing, and instead of men hurrying backwards and forwards, the streets were filled with groups of people evidently engaged in discussing some affair of the utmost moment.  The Chevalier d'Auriac by S. (Sidney) Levett-Yeats
  2. By next week there will be, I should say, five thousand in the shops.  The Marriage of William Ashe by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  3. I am going to take her out for half an hour to look at the shops.  Jezebel's Daughter by Wilkie Collins
  4. I suppose profit is to be made by keeping them, or tame rabbits would not be placed in the poulterers' shops by the side of ducks and chickens, but we are quite at a loss to know how it is accomplished.  Our Farm of Four Acres and the Money we Made by it by Miss Coulton