Recent Examples of storeroom from the Web
Dow didn’t intend to drink the alcohol held in the city hall’s storeroom, writes Madeline Bilis for Boston magazine.
The clubhouse was Gift Ngoepe’s home, an equipment storeroom his bedroom.
The digging got underway the first night in February 1944, in a storeroom at the back of the bunker.
Three dry droppings inside a box of soft tortillas on a shelf in the dry food storeroom.
The staff at Little Holly’s Asia Cafe, 2223 W. Wildcat Reserve Parkway, Highlands Ranch, reported Feb. 26 that someone had unzipped the canvas wall on their patio overnight and broke into their storeroom, taking several six-packs of beer.
Dr. Smithies found a bottle of starch in a chemical storeroom.
That has many antique dealers struggling to figure out what to do with the items remaining on their shelves and in their storerooms.
Tens of thousands more books were stacked chest-high across the storeroom, blocking one of its two exits.
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First Known Use of storeroom
STOREROOM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of storeroom for English Language Learners
: a room or space where things are stored
STOREROOM Defined for Kids
Definition of storeroom for Students
: a room for keeping things for future use
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