store-bought

[stawr-bawt, stohr-]
adjective Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S.
commercially made rather than homemade.

Origin:
1900–05

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Example sentences
There was a store-bought easel and a carton of art supplies on the floor.
In addition to the fruits, the youngsters are occasionally given packages of
  store-bought.
You'll never go back to store-bought root beer again.
Store-bought fettuccine simply can't compare to homemade.
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