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grouplet

noun; blending
a group of outlet stores “Grouplet” was formed by blending the two nouns “group” and “outlet” and was used in the place of a longer phrase, such as “at the front of the group of outlet stores.” It’s a word that rolls off of the tongue easily and is easily understood in the context of shopping.
 
Drive to the Old Navy at the front of the grouplet.
Etymology : ‘group’ + ‘outlet’
Source : Conversation with sister
Last modified: 10 June 2008


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