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LeBron James had his hands all over the Los Angeles Lakers’ decision to move a stash of assets for Anthony Davis.

If that’s not an option, cover your stash with something dark to block the light and choose items to store in light-proof containers.

The favorable exchange rate means that some players will be able to turn big profits on their stashes of the digital root, and use them to buy virtual clothes, furniture, and other in-game accessories.

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It also boasts a 15-inch padded laptop compartment and a removable rain fly with its own stash pocket.

During exercise, your muscles are using up your energy stores primarily from the stashes of the glycogen found in your muscles and liver.

M10 was captured last year during a raid by Chihuahua State Police on a stash house in Juárez.

Escobar also stole $20 million from their private stash house.

A 1985 episode “Theo and the Joint” of The Cosby Show featured a “found stash” in a high school textbook.

Degrassi High had a “found stash” episode in 1990, as did Blossom and Saved By the Bell in 1991.

These people, on the other hand, likely got their stash from some random dealer at a party or a concert.

It was amazing how much gold one man had been able to stash away.


On this page you'll find 160 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stash, such as: cache, hoard, inventory, nest egg, stockpile, and trove.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.