variety store

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variety store

n.
1. A retail store that carries a large variety of usually inexpensive merchandise.
2. A convenience store.

vari′ety store`


n.
a retail store with a wide variety of low-priced articles, as a five-and-ten.
[1760–70, Amer.]
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In the past two years, Franklin Avenue in Crown Heights has gone from vacant storefronts, 99 cent stores and Bodega grocers to a cutting edge food scene with Barboncino, Dutch Boy Burger, Blue Marble Ice Cream and Brooklyn born retailers, Owl & Thistle.
This order was awarded to the company's wholly-owned subsidiary, Green Hygienics Inc from 99 Cent Stores, a discount retailer headquartered in Commerce, California.
Family Dollar and Dollar General sell products at a variety of price points, versus chains such as 99 Cent Stores that focus on coming in at that dollar-or-under price point.
For the same reason that I like other closeout operations -- and better yet, 99 cent stores -- I love walking through the doors of Odd Jobs and thinking that I can afford nearly every item in the store.