Crossword clues for mall
- Mercantile establishment consisting of a carefully landscaped complex of shops representing leading merchandisers
- A modern version of the traditional marketplace
- Median strip
- Place for a promenade
- Suburban sight
- Suburban landmark
- Group of shops
- Tree-lined walk
- Shopping zone
- Shopping area
- Shop complex
- Valley girl's hangout
- Teen-ager's hangout
- Sears locale
- Shoppers' haven
- Shaded walk
- Street for shoppers only
- Shopping-center feature
- Shopping complex
- Shopping site
- Suburban shopping center
- Suburban shopping area
- Shopper's mecca
- Shopper's paradise
- Public walk
- Wood splitter's tool
- Symbol of suburbia
- Shopping center
- Teen hangout
- Retailer's place
- Shopaholic's hangout
- Spree spot
- Popular teen hangout
- Collection of outlets?
- Place for a spending spree
- Shopaholic's heaven
- With 12-Down, a modern idler
- Washington locale, with "the"
- Strip ___
- Shopping ___
- Suburban gathering place
- "Scenes From a ___" (Woody Allen film)
- Shopping mecca
- Shopaholic's mecca
- Chambers of commerce?
- Outdoor promenade
- ___ rat
- Site of Santa sightings
- Washington attraction
- D.C. tourist destination
- A public area set aside as a pedestrian walk
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Maul \Maul\, n. [See Mall a hammer.] A heavy wooden hammer or beetle. [Written also mall.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1737, "shaded walk serving as a promenade," generalized from The Mall, name of a broad, tree-lined promenade in St. James's Park, London (so called from 1670s, earlier Maill, 1640s), which was so called because it formerly was an open alley that was used to play pall-mall, a croquet-like game involving hitting a ball with a mallet through a ring, from French pallemaille, from Italian pallamaglio, from palla "ball" (see balloon) + maglio "mallet" (see mallet). Modern sense of "enclosed shopping gallery" is from 1962 (from 1951 in reference to city streets set aside for pedestrians only). Mall rat is from 1985.
n. 1 A large heavy wooden beetle; a mallet for driving anything with force; a maul. 2 A heavy blow. 3 An old game played with malls or mallets and balls. See pall mall. 4 A place where the game of mall was played. 5 A public walk; a level shaded walk. 6 (context US Australia English) A pedestrianised street, especially a shopping precinct. 7 An enclosed shopping centre. vb. 1 To beat with a mall, or mallet; to beat with something heavy; to bruise. 2 To build up with the development of shopping malls. 3 (context informal English) To shop at the mall.
n. a public area set aside as a pedestrian walk [syn: promenade]
mercantile establishment consisting of a carefully landscaped complex of shops representing leading merchandisers; usually includes restaurants and a convenient parking area; a modern version of the traditional marketplace; "a good plaza should have a movie house"; "they spent their weekends at the local malls" [syn: plaza, center, shopping mall, shopping center, shopping centre]
Mall is the fifth studio album by Gang of Four.
Seven years after Gang of Four's breakup, founding members Jon King and Andy Gill reteamed for Mall. Slickly produced, with a heavy emphasis on synthesizers and ersatz funk rhythms, the lyrical focus returns the group to the political arena. As suggested by the title, Mall is laced with the usual examinations of consumerism and the economy, while the sample-heavy "F.M.U.S.A." is an essay on the Vietnam War. The album features a cover of Bob Marley's "Soul Rebel".
Mall, known in French as Mall: A Day to Kill, is a 2014 American drama film based on a novel of the same name written by Eric Bogosian. It was released on June 18, 2014, in France, on July 16 in Sweden, and on October 17 in North America. The film is directed by Linkin Park turntablist Joe Hahn, with Vincent D'Onofrio serving as executive producer. D'Onofrio has also worked as an actor in the film as Danny. Peter Stormare, Gina Gershon, Mimi Rogers, Brian Rodriguez and Cameron Monaghan also star in the film. The film was produced by Hahn, Vincent D'Onofrio, and Sam Maydew. The film is the second to be directed by Hahn, the first to be The Seed, which was a 10-minute short film. The story for the film features lives of five disaffected suburbanites come together at a shopping mall.
Mall: Music from the Motion Picture is the original motion picture soundtrack for the 2014 American drama film Mall, consisting of songs written, recorded and performed by American rock band Linkin Park with Alec Puro, drummer of American rock band Deadsy. It was released through Warner Bros. and Machine Shop on December 12, 2014. The soundtrack was produced by Mike Shinoda and Brad Delson, along with Rob Cavallo and Bill Boyd, who are both serving as executive producers. This is the sixth soundtrack soon to be released by the band. The previous soundtrack, Transformers: Dark of the Moon – The Album, was released on June 14, 2011 for the 2011 American live-action film, Transformers: Dark of the Moon.
The soundtrack is now available in the Australian iTunes store, and the New Zealand iTunes store.
Usage examples of "mall".
In many malls, upscale stores are clustered together so the affluent shopper can drift from one to the other, looking not just for the good life but for the better life.
Instead of starlight you now get the glow from the Sawgrass Mills mall, a humongous Ford dealership and, absurdly, the crown of a new pro hockey arena.
Individuals have played an essential part in the malling of America, and they will play a crucial role in reinventing the mall.
When they avoid mentioning politics or religion, because those topics may be too controversial, they reinforce the marginalization of important American institutions by the institution of the mall.
In a huge hardware store at the mall I saw Eric Massingale, a former microchip sales engineer who changed his life by coming out here to join the teaching staff of the computer center at the Hill.
We have grown accustomed to the constant overwatch of surveillance cameras, in banks, in shopping malls, and convienience stores, in government buildings, office buildings and apartment buildings and airports, on highways, at intersections and in parking lots.
He would prepay a room, park his truck in the back somewhere, get cleaned up, and walk over to the mall, where there were bound to be ATMs.
It looks at how we acquire the knowledge that lets us productively and pleasurably navigate malls that offer few explicit directions.
Sappha, at a imiling nod from Sister, removed the Baroness to a mall cubicle to make her ready, and presently wheeled her out once more to meet the radiographer and Mijnheer de Winter, who wrung her hand jelightedly and listened with relish while the Baroness recounted the rescue of the puppy.
Pall Mall drooping from his lip at an impossible angle, leaving ashes behind him like a trail of bread crumbs, showing his young son how to reglaze a window.
Marcelle was about to depart from her rented apartment in Kensington to reconnoitre the Mall, down which King George V and Queen Mary and the royal procession would drive on the way to the coronation on 22 June.
Dan Roser, who developed the Philly Court strip mall located on the waterfront, and who alleges that John and Marco Coluzzi and other officials of Coluzzi Construction, McRea Paving and Excavation, and an array of other subcontractors engaged in a complex scheme of fraud, bribery, kickbacks, intimidation, and other unlawful and corrupt practices in connection with the construction of the shopping center.
Jared or Mike had found this skilled shipbuilder for her, possibly from some primitive region where there were no televisions or malls.
Frank, so I just said something about how I had a suspicion that the shoplifting might be the work of mall employees.
Husband material in the late seventies and eighties was in as short supply as ever -- even for long, slim blondes -- so, before she finally did get engaged and then married, after all this happened, she spent half her time in the mall office fending off passes from the usual gang of suspects, some of them higher-ups in the Speedway Corporation.