[ noun wair-hous; verb wair-houz, -hous ]
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It amounts annually to about 60 quintals or cwts., and is warehoused at Avignon.

The Best Resolutions in the world would be contaminated if they were all warehoused under one roof.

They may, however, upon paying certain duties, be imported and warehoused for exportation.

Here the salmon caught in the neighboring rapids were "warehoused," to await customers.

The rags are sorted and warehoused by the wholesale rag merchants, who supply the paper-mills.

The bulk of her luggage remained in Paris, warehoused, where it had been sent ere she quitted Grenoble.

Sometimes they are warehoused at once, and parcelled out to the importer only in small lots, as he needs them.

But the weevil more especially attacks the haricot when warehoused.