stow

Part of speech: verb

To put away compactly; pack.

Part of speech: verb

To hide away; also, to lodge.

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Usage examples "stow":

  1. You have made a bon prize to- day, and your share shall be the trunk; so you may keep it, and the things that are stowed away in it, for your trouble; but don't forget to secure the casks till we can stow them away below. - "Newton Forster", Frederick Marryat.
  2. There was no place nor space for luggage, each person being expected to stow his things as he could under his seat or legs. - "Stage-coach and Tavern Days", Alice Morse Earle.
  3. " We'll stow all further conversation," was the reply, and with that he got up and left Rich alone. - "Yankee Ships and Yankee Sailors: Tales of 1812", James Barnes.