American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Protective storage, as of foods or furs, in a refrigerated place.
- n. Informal A state of being held in abeyance.
- n. in a state of abeyance or postponement
- n. refrigerated storage for preservation
“Three cars passed on the road outside: the officials from Caen returning from the Grandmaisons’ reception … By this time Captain Joris’s body was lying in cold storage at the Medico-Legal Institute.”
“With respect to equipment, we are building silos, cold storage facilities, milling plants, feedlots, fertilizer mixing units, and workshops for upkeeping agricultural equipment and tractors.”
“An 'you'll see'm throw on the juice in that cold storage plant of his an' turn loose the prettiest scientific wallopin 'that ever you laid eyes on.”
“Even with the half-intelligent caterpillars to help, and with cold storage for meat, most of his time would still go to hunting.”
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