Origin of stowage
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Thirty feet by twelve, and an ell for cooking and an ell for stowage.Two Arrows
William O. Stoddard
We have everything ready but the stowage of our clothing aboard.
After the engine was installed on board, the stowage of provisions began.The English at the North Pole
Sometimes, to stir them from their stowage, the vessel was fumigated.
Can it be that those concerns up there are meant for the stowage of boxes and hats?In Eastern Seas
J. J. Smith
- space, room, or a charge for stowing goods
- the act or an instance of stowing or the state of being stowed
- something that is stowed