storehouse

[ stawr-hous, stohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF storehouse
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Seizing Taffy by the hand, he led him into what was the storehouse of the cave.

The ell is used as a kitchen, dining-room and storehouse combined.

The mansion had once on a time been the storehouse of the vanished Abbey.

There were besides a blacksmith shop, a storehouse, and a shed for carts.

In the castle there is a great chamber, and a hall, but no storehouse for ammunition.

Do you know whether there are any pistols in the storehouse, Monsieur Bonchamp?

The storehouse for the seeds they call the 'ovary,' from the Latin ovum, an egg.

"I'll have to trouble you to come with me to the quartermaster's storehouse," said he.

When she had said this she left her mother and hastened to the storehouse on the hill.

In the storehouse were two barrels of gasoline, and also some lubricating oils.

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