noun, plural gra·na·ries.
- grana padano,
- granados, enrique,
- granary weevil,
- grand alliance, war of the,
- grand army of the republic
Origin of granary
Examples from the Web for granary
I preached it over several times in the granary with only Paddy, sitting immovably on a puncheon, for audience.The Story Girl|Lucy Maud Montgomery
Commonly, when dining, the squirrel goes to his granary or storage place and uses this for a dining room.Watched by Wild Animals|Enos A. Mills
They served sometimes as a market-place, sometimes as a granary, sometimes as a playground, sometimes as a stage.Medieval English Nunneries c. 1275 to 1535|Eileen Edna Power
We stowed the canoes in a granary, and asked among the children for a guide.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition|Robert Louis Stevenson
We had but a small supply of rice in the granary near the wharf, and that was continually in danger of being destroyed or burnt.Lives of the Three Mrs. Judsons|Arabella W. Stuart
noun plural -ries
Word Origin for granary
1560s, from Latin granaria "granary, store house for corn," from granum "grain" (see corn (n.1)).