granary

[ grey-nuh-ree, gran-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF granary

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The granary alone, then, could be the shelter of the invader, whoever he might be.

Unfortunately, in Mr. Boltay's house there was no room of that size, except a granary.

This land had become the nation's granary; it was a land redeemed.

I, along with three other men-servants, slept in a granary in the yard.

Shortly after his marriage he entered the service of the state as keeper of the granary.

Getting near the granary, the elephants stopped to examine it.

During the Revolution it was used as a granary and then as a club.

Heavy at heart the students left the granary and put away the lantern.

My pens were full of slaves; my granary, of rice; my stores, of merchandise.

She showed him the granary, and told him there wasn't such another in Africa.

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