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storekeeper in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstorekeeperstore‧keep‧er /ˈstɔːˌkiːpə $ ˈstɔːrˌkiːpər/ noun [countable]  American EnglishBOSHOP/STORE someone who owns or manages a shop syn shopkeeper British English
Examples from the Corpus
storekeeperWhen Sir Robert Peel formed his first ministry in 1834 he appointed Bonham storekeeper of the ordnance.Smart kid, runs errands for local storekeepers, that kind of thing.The stores department is headed by the provision master who is assisted by a team of storekeepers.The only ones with a steady income were teachers, storekeepers and local officials.Some of the storekeepers had banded together to hire their own detective force; so had the railroads and hotels.The storekeepers paid Mr. B. a fin a week, and he refrained from smashing up their equipment.Some merchants were very rich, and even village storekeepers were often among the wealthier inhabitants of a locality.The ledgers went; storekeepers moved in.