storeroom

Part of speech: noun

A room in which things are stored, as household supplies.

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Usage examples "storeroom":

  1. His nursery and living- room is quite pretentious, but his lateral storeroom is a marvel! - "The Human Side of Animals", Royal Dixon.
  2. That night Mrs. Mavor's large storeroom, which had been fitted up with seats, was crowded with miners when Mr. Craig and I entered. - "Black Rock", Ralph Connor.
  3. " He'll be feeding his pigeons, I dare say," he said; " but unfortunately I don't know whereabouts Monsieur Gavard's storeroom is." - "The Fat and the Thin", Emile Zola.