from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A room in which things are stored.
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- n. A room used for storage.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Room in a storehouse or repository; a room in which articles are stored.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A room set apart for stores or supplies, especially table and household supplies.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a room in which things are stored
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As for me, I have a large family of my own to feed and my storeroom is almost empty.
It was well lighted and warmed, and something answering to curtains had been summoned from its obscurity in storeroom or garret and hung up at the windows, – "them air fussy English folks had made such a pint of it," the landlord said.
The storeroom was a big, dark cavern with short thick pillars and tiny windows.
In the storeroom was a shoebox-full of old spectacles discarded by the comrades over the years.
But best of all, behind the storeroom was a bedroom where they could live and - I squelched them.
The storeroom was a damp chamber in what had been the old farmhouse.
Beyond the storeroom was a long, narrow dining room on one side and a few little cell-like rooms on the other with a crack of a hall between them leading back to the kitchen, the whole structure, only one story high, having more vertical boards than horizontal in its making.
A load of wood and another of coal, which Cleena supposed had been sent by Friend Adam and paid for with her money, gave a comfortable look to the woodshed, and in the storeroom was a bag of flour, a side of bacon,
The storeroom was a most voluptuous place, with its piles of biscuit boxes and spice tins, the rack for buttered eggs, the little window that let in the sunshine and the flickering shadows of leaves, and the strong sweet odor of everything that pleaseth the taste of men ....
Unlike the area around the trapdoor, this end of the attic served as some kind of storeroom, and his enemy was surely lurking in the maze of rotting pictures and mildewed furniture.