warehouse

[ noun wair-hous; verb wair-houz, -hous ]SEE DEFINITION OF warehouse

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR WAREHOUSE

A warehouse of facts, with poet and liar in joint ownership.

He was at the warehouse with the earliest clerk and left it with the latest.

Then I promptly forgot all about her and ran off into a warehouse where the gang had gone to slide.

My father's warehouse, too, lost its mystery as I grew older.

As I drudged on down there in the warehouse, my bitterness became an obsession.

Across the street rose the high gray front of my father's warehouse.

But when he went pounding to the back of the warehouse he found Ortiz laughing.

There were more explosions and the rattle of firearms from the front of the warehouse.

What about that stuff the Navy has cached in their warehouse?

He waved toward the Navy warehouse that could be seen outside the window.

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