larder[ lahr-der ]SEE DEFINITION OF larder
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LARDER
Their noon meal is long since over; and their larder is not—is not—extensive.
They had netted some white-fish over night, so their larder was freshly supplied.
His flock never allowed his cellar or his larder to become empty.
An inward cellar within the buttery, which may serue for a Larder.
His larder, his cellar, and his barns, were by degrees exhausted.
"My larder is but poorly furnished," observed Mrs. Campbell.
He has given in his diary some accounts of the lavishness of the Philadelphia larder.
"Enough for two decent meals in the larder yet, Jimmy," said Frank.
Daily his larder and wine-cellar were open to all who wished to eat and drink.
But where did you learn that one's larder's full in proportion as one's work's fine?