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noun as in provisions

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During winter months, you won’t have a lot of fresh fruit in your larder, but you always have things like, flour, vinegar, sugar, and different ways to work around that.

From Eater

Part living quarters, part larder, these so-called middens can also include sticks, stones, bones, and animal dung—the packrat’s own, but also patties and hairy turds discovered out in the world and hauled back for safekeeping.

If there’s been a silver lining for me during the pandemic, it has been the chance to reacquaint myself with my kitchen and larder.

The other, benign, face of the bocage was its role as an unbelievably productive larder.

At home, war has focused their attention on that most Ukrainian of treasures: a larder of homegrown preserves.

You have taken to gnawing on dried pasta, the only thing left in your larder after days of gorging.

And the side dishes are going to be mostly true to the American larder as we understand it.

But Washington State, Oregon, you guys have a totally different larder from ours.

His table is well supplied from the choicest his larder affords and he cheerfully welcomes all to its side.

By good luck, he found, on examining the larder, that there were odds and ends of one kind and another sufficient for a meal.

However, before venturing to do so, we determined to try to replenish our larder with eggs.

He was made easy on this point, and, with an increase in our larder, became quite perky.

And that night she sliced up part of a duck with some cheese, and put it in a plate on the larder floor.


On this page you'll find 15 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to larder, such as: groceries, pantry, provender, stock, storage, and supplies.

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