garage

[ guh-rahzh, -rahj or, esp. British, gar-ij, -ahzh ]SEE DEFINITION OF garage
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GARAGE

Then it drove away, for K. must take it to the garage and walk back.

Peter stepped from the garage, and seeing her, started in her direction.

Then she turned and went to the garage, leaving John to his visit with Eileen.

When she closed the garage doors she was particular about the locks.

She thrust the packet into a side pocket and started to the garage with the coat.

They want to get into the garage; they insist on washing the car.

Carefully she headed the car into the garage adjoining the salesrooms.

The question was still unanswered when he finally left the garage.

The telegram she had received at the garage was from Vagualame!

Suppose this stop at Rouen was caused by the telegram they received at the garage?

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR GARAGE

hangar

nounlarge storage building

parking lot

nounseries of spots for motor vehicle parking
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