Definition of stockroom
: a storage place for supplies or goods used in a business
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In her stockroom, Dabney keeps flags from 193 United Nations member countries — from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe — as well as state flags and Florida-specific flags.
And what could be more tangible than giving stockroom employees superhuman strength?
The fifth-floor stockroom contains the more toxic organic chemicals and solvents.
On a recent visit by The Bee to the fourth-floor stockroom, a staff member pointed out corroded drawer handles, door jambs and metal outlet covers.
In a stockroom in which ISIS fighters had bunked, amid blankets and shoes and a teapot, lay a chest rig for Kalashnikov magazines.
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Definition of stockroom for English Language Learners
: a storage area for the supplies and goods that are used or sold in a business
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