magazine

Part of speech: noun

A house, room, or receptacle in which anything is stored; chamber of a repeating rifle; a periodical.

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Usage examples "magazine":

  1. I put it on the seat beside me while crossing the ferry, and then took up a magazine article I was much interested in, and when I rose to leave the boat the package was gone. - "An American Suffragette", Isaac N. Stevens.
  2. She now pushed aside the little magazine with a gesture of annoyance. - "The Girl Scouts in Beechwood Forest", Margaret Vandercook.
  3. I'll put five cartridges in the magazine, and show you girls how it works. - "His Unknown Wife", Louis Tracy.