from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as larder, 1.
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"Being of a covetous disposition, he not only pulled down and spoiled the chancel, but also pulled up many fair marble gravestones of his ancestors with monuments of brass upon them, and other fair good pavements, and carried them and laid them for his hall, kitchen, and larder-house."
And this similitude is not rude, nor borrowed of the larder-house, but out of his school-house, of whom the wisest of