American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A place where items of great value are stored or can be found.
- n. A treasury.
- n. A building where valuable things are stored.
“English schemes for the spoilation of her South American treasure house and the emancipation from her rule of the several colonies there.”
“All these eager children, all these fine-browed women, all these scholars going home to write learned books ” I and they had this glorious thing in common, this noble treasure house of learning.”
“And they'd tried to defend their treasure house against European infantry … [4l]”
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