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synonyms for repositories

  • archive
  • depository
  • storehouse
  • depot
  • magazine
  • safe
  • stockroom
  • vault
  • storage place
  • store room
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How to use repositories in a sentence

Many finds have been simply fortuitous, but tombs have been the most valuable repositories.
THE TOWNS OF ROMAN BRITAINJAMES OLIVER BEVAN
Having no relations that were known, his repositories were sealed up by the public authorities.
BENTLEY'S MISCELLANY, VOLUME IIVARIOUS
In the earliest dawn of civilization, the arts were the repositories of the myths and mysteries of national faiths.
NEEDLEWORK AS ARTMARIAN ALFORD
The first intruder upon this seclusion was the person who came to seal my father's repositories of papers and money.
DISCIPLINEMARY BRUNTON
These men, in a Communist State, are the repositories of power.
THE PRACTICE AND THEORY OF BOLSHEVISMBERTRAND RUSSELL
They were the great repositories of treasure; which people there entrusted, as to places of great security.
A NEW SYSTEM; OR, AN ANALYSIS OF ANTIENT MYTHOLOGY. VOLUME II. (OF VI.)JACOB BRYANT
They form great repositories for the waters that feed the streams and keep full the cities' aqueducts.
THE BEAUTIES OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTONHARRY F. GILES
Churches, it has been remarked, were considered in the Middle Ages very proper repositories for curiosities of all sorts.
SOUTHERN SPAINA.F. CALVERT
Their wooden repositories for the dead are what are in the most perfect state of preservation.
REPORT OF MR. W. E. CORMACK'S JOURNEY IN SEARCH OF THE RED INDIANS IN NEWFOUNDLANDW. E. CORMACK
Hence the kingdom became replete with workhouses: these are the laudable repositories of distress.
AN HISTORY OF BIRMINGHAM (1783)WILLIAM HUTTON
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