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stow

verb as in reserve, store

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In college, at the small Gustavus Adolphus College in Minnesota, the seeds stowed since her childhood Boundary Waters journey came roaring back to life.

Lily can rest her head on the packages of softgoods stowed on the back seat.

He attempted to stow away on a ship bound for Britain, but he was caught and sent to jail for 10 weeks, he said.

When the season is over and you’re stowing away your beacon, pop out the batteries to prevent corrosion.

Because it’s foldable, this unit is perfect for stowing in a bag and pulling out to assist in clearing trails or preparing areas for camp.

The $9 “Priority Boarding” fee on Delta so you can “stow your bags without hassle”?

Mrs. Ford would have politely told her critics to stow it, though she might have agreed with them on a thing or two.

No craft like the Grampus could work through a floe, What knots she could run, and what tons she could stow!

He must have lost his nerve when he made out your smoke and shinnied up there to stow away, taking the ship's papers with him.

The hardest part of a Leigh fisherman's life Jack had not yet encountered, for boys are seldom taken stow-boating.

Stow-boating is really sprat catching, and no one can exactly explain the meaning of the term.

This being settled the lads proceeded to put things straight and stow away their portmanteaus.

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On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to stow, such as: put away, secrete, stash, tuck, bundle, and deposit.

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

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