cache[ kash ]SEE DEFINITION OF cache
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CACHE
Visual concealment is unnecessary, because in the North Country a cache is sacred.
We opened the cache and changed our very travel-stained garments.
He must get to the cache with the liquor, and trust to the luck of the reckless to get away.
In the meantime our present work must be to endeavor to locate their cache.
It is the cache of ammunition with which to save the peon and Indian slave,––you know that!
This precaution was taken to protect the cache from marauding animals.
And you can steal food and cache it for use on the way, see?
Then orders were made out, and five atomic bombs were checked out of a cache.
The men moved across the shadowy steps in front of the cache.
They crouched in the darkness, in the mouth of an alley facing the cache.