repository[ ri-poz-i-tawr-ee, -tohr-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF repository
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REPOSITORY
It is a repository of knowledge as to early science and philosophy.
Italy was, and still is, the repository of all the chief MSS.
His book is a repository of the most startling facts of this description.
As may be imagined he was a repository of much valuable and varied information.
He was the friend, confidant, and repository of all their troubles.
It was now used as a repository for ancient books and papers.
A repository of interesting information respecting the Camel.
Like the valley of the Nile, it has been the repository of fine silt.
This was in very truth the wardrobe or repository of the royal clothes!
A coloured illustration of it was given in Ackermann's "Repository of Arts" in 1815.