a storehouse or repository for grain, especially after it has been threshed or husked.
a region that produces great quantities of grain.
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How to use granary in a sentence
Each granary belongs to a group of between two and 16 birds.Blood, death, and eye gouging: welcome to the world of acorn woodpeckers | Kate Baggaley | September 9, 2020 | Popular-Science
Jean Baptiste came into the granary on the old claim, and looked out over the place.The Homesteader | Oscar Micheaux
When the new stable was built the corner came within less than a foot of the corner of the granary.
Sheppy was coming around the corner of the granary in his most sedate manner, when the pop-eyed avalanche almost stepped on him.
I kick her out of my way and then cross the yard to the granary door, kicking back like a horse at every few steps.
Shortly afterwards another boy of a tidy nature happened to be passing the granary.
British Dictionary definitions for granary (1 of 2)
a building or store room for storing threshed grain, farm feed, etc
a region that produces a large amount of grain
British Dictionary definitions for Granary (2 of 2)
trademark (of bread, flour, etc) containing malted wheat grain
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