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storehouse

[ stawr-hous, stohr- ]
/ ˈstɔrˌhaʊs, ˈstoʊr- /
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noun, plural store·hous·es [stawr-hou-ziz, stohr-]. /ˈstɔrˌhaʊ zɪz, ˈstoʊr-/.
a building in which things are stored.
any repository or source of abundant supplies, as of facts or knowledge.
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Origin of storehouse

First recorded in 1300–50, storehouse is from the Middle English word storhous.See store, house
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British Dictionary definitions for storehouse

storehouse
/ (ˈstɔːˌhaʊs) /

noun
a place where things are stored
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